How to Style Hunter Boots

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How to Style Hunter Boots
Choose the right kind of Hunter boots to match your style. (rubber boots image by cvrgrl from

Hunter boots are synonymous with rain boots. Based on the classic leather riding boot design known as the Wellington, Hunter boots have adapted this design to rubber boots, creating a fashionable but practical pair of boots for rainy weather. Coming in a large variety of lengths and colours, Hunter boots can be matched to a variety of wardrobes and body types. When styling your Hunter boots, be sure to choose a model and colour that suits you.

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    Choose a shorter pair of Hunter boots if you are a man. You can wear them with your pant legs hanging down over the boots or tucked inside. Choose a pair of skinny jeans if you want to tuck them inside your boot. Bunching around the boot looks sloppy, and too much fabric inside your boots will not be comfortable. Choose a pair of boot cut jeans or regular jeans with enough room to fit over your boots if you are wearing your pant legs over them.

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    Choose the length of Hunter boots that suit your body, if you are a woman. If you are tall and thin, then a tall pair of Hunter boots will suit you. Shorter women should avoid wearing boots that are too high, as they will make your legs appear shorter than they really are. Choose a pair with enough room to fit your pant legs inside. Hunter boots are stylish on women if paired with a short skirt or skinny jeans tucked inside the boot.

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    Coordinate the colour of your boots with the rest of your clothing. Boots should match your trousers, belt or top. Choose clothing colours that look good combined with the colour of your boots. Black boots are stylish and can go with a variety of different coloured trousers and tops. Brown boots with a brown belt and jacket paired with dark blue jeans also looks good. Use your judgment when pairing clothing with your jeans and avoid clashing colours, like bright red and green.

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