From autumn to winter, women all over the world love wearing their favourite boots to keep their toes warm and look great. Women’s boots gained popularity in the fashion world in the 1960s and 1970s. Since then boots have risen in fashion status, and have become a mainstream staple in women’s styles. From platform go-go boots and modern spiked heels to chunky ankle boots and punk rock Dr. Martens, there are boots for every woman, and inspired by almost every style and look out there.
Boots describe any kind of footwear that cover the feet and extend up to the ankle or even farther. Many boots reach up to the mid or upper calf area, while tall boots may even be as high as the knees or thighs. One popular characteristic of boots is their distinct heel. Different styles of boots feature heels of different sizes, heights, and widths, and the heel type is often used as the major descriptor of a pair of boots: stiletto heels, wedge boots, etc.
Boots are one of the best fashion items to own because they are functional as well as stylish. They can keep the feet warm and cosy in the cold weather months, and they are available in a wide variety of colours and designs. Boots can be found to match any mood: dark and brooding, sexy and playful, competent and professional; there really are boots for every sense of style.
There is something very chic about a great pair of black or brown leather boots. They work in many situations with many different outfits. Popular designers like Manolo Blahnik, Stallion Boots, and Givenchy have wonderfully imaginative boot fashions while still offering classic, timeless designs. High heeled boots can add a sensual edge to a hip-hugging skirt and flowy blouse; or for a more casual look pair your favourite boots with jeans and sunglasses for an effortless day outfit.