3 Ways to Style Your Over the Knee Boots

Add a little elegance to your boot collection this fall with over the knee boots. Wear them with your dresses and mini-skirts or slide them over your jeans, either way these boots will make the outfit!  If you haven’t fallen in love yet. Then here are a few styling tips that will make you fall in love with over the knee boots.

Lampshading Over the Knee Boots

Lumiere Clothing Plaid Dress | Qupid Shoes Skipper Over the Knee Heeled Boots

It only takes two classic pieces to capture the perfect lampshading look, an oversized shirt dress and over the knee boots. Such an easy combination that will leave you looking flawless. Next time you go out, throw on your favorite dress but this time add over the knee boots. We captured this look by pairing our Qupid Shoes Skipper Over the Knee Heeled Boots with our Lumiere Clothing Plaid Dress. This look is perfect for fall and oh so simple.

Over The Knee Boots

Elan Clothing Ripped Cowl Neck Sweater | Nature Jeans |Soda Shoes Yah Over the Knee Boots

Add a pop of color to your boot collection this fall with a pair of burgundy over the knee boots. If you’re a girl that loves to wear black or dark colors then these boots are perfect for you. They add the perfect amount of color without going over the edge. We captured this look by pairing a charcoal Elan Clothing Ripped Cowl Neck Sweater with black Nature Jeans and burgundy Soda Shoes Yah Over the Knee Boots.

Over the Knee Boots

Elan Clothing Cold Shoulder Sweater | Judy Blue Jeans |Soda Shoes Yah Over the Knee Boots

Wearing over the knee boots with your fall outfits gives it a more elegant look. We captured this look by pairing an Elan Clothing Cold Shoulder Sweater with a pair of Judy Blue Jeans and black Soda Shoes Yah Over the Knee Boots. Whether the boots is heeled or not, a pair of over the knee boots will always give your basic, everyday outfits an elegant look.

3 Ways to Style Your Over the Knee Boots

College Outfit Essentials

Let me guess, it’s the week or two before school starts, you have all your school supplies and dorm room accessories ready to go but you haven’t even started packing your clothes yet. Because, let’s be honest, who wants to make that decision on what items to bring and what items you have to leave behind.  Well, I am here to make your packing experience a little easier, I have put together a top 10 closest essentials list that I know I wouldn’t be able to live without!

Top 10 Closet Essentials for College

  1. Sweaters
  2. Sweatshirts and pullovers
  3. Your favorite blue jeans
  4. Leggings
  5. A couple of dresses – A sassy, flirty dress and a casual t-shirt dress
  6. At least 5 pairs of shoes – tennis shoes, heels, booties, flats, slides/sandals and rain/winter boots
  7. Hats and Scarves – baseball caps, beanies and blanket scarves.
  8. Bralettes – 1 White, 1 Black and 1 of your favorite color
  9. At Least 7 nice shirts/blouses
  10. A few t-shirts

Dressing for fall is my favorite time of the year! I just love the sweaters and cozy scarves that come along with the colder temperatures. Unfortunately, for packing this makes it harder because usually fall clothing is bulkier and takes up more space. But don’t let that intimidate you, that means you just have to pick out your favorite pieces to take with you.

Piko Sweater Top

I started my list with sweaters, because I love a nice cozy sweater! I would say to pack at least 3 or 4 sweaters, two casual sweaters that matches everything and two statement sweater for going out in. My favorite statement sweater is a lace up sweater.

Sherpa Pullover

My next go item is a sweatshirt. On my lazy days, I just grab my sweatshirt and pair it with my leggings and just bum around campus. You can dress up your sweatshirt and pullover collection by adding a Sherpa pullover, these pullovers will be sure to keep you warm during that nice little walk from your dorm to class.

College Essentials

I know you have to have at least one pair of jeans that you just cannot live without. I know I have at least two. I would pack your favorite jeans and some leggings. You will be living in leggings during class and hanging out in the dorm! They are a must have!

Booties

Don’t forget about your best companions, your shoes. You’ll need at least one pair of tennis shoes and maybe a pair of nude heels that will match everything. Be sure to grab your favorite booties, and some slides or sandals to hang around the dorm in. I would also grab a pair of rain boots or winter boots for those wet and cold days this winter.

Scarves and Hats

When it comes to packing accessories, I would just limit it to hats, scarves and bralettes for the fall semester. Hats will eliminate all bad hair days! Pack at least one baseball cap and a neutral colored beanie. Last fall, my blanket scarf saved me! I would recommend packing at least one or two blanket scarves to keep you warm. My other favorite accessory is a bralette. They layer perfectly under any fashion top or sweater. I would recommend having at least one black and one white lace bralette to help add a little touch to your outfits this fall.

Everly Dress

When it comes to fashion tops and dresses, I wouldn’t pack too many. You will need some for those days that you want to dress up or go out with friends. But, you also want to make sure to leave room in your closet for new items that you will want to buy from the local boutiques near campus.

I know we all have our go to t-shirt that we like to lounge in and it’s okay to bring a few of those with you, but keep in mind that your t-shirt collection will expand during college. There’s always t-shirts being given away on campus and during events.

I hope this has helped you with getting ready for the fall semester and makes your transition into the new dorm less stressful. Just remember, you can always come home and visit during weekends and holidays to grab more clothes!

Share with us some of your everyday must have items!

College Outfit Essentials