Thousands of years ago, boots were worn mainly for their utility: they protected the wearer’s legs from the elements, provided traction on treacherous terrain, and even deflected the swords of enemies.
The history of boots may be rooted in practicality, but that doesn’t change the fact that they can also be super chic. And if they happen to thwart an angry snake attempting to bite your leg as you stroll through the woods, well, that’s even better.
What makes boots look their very best? Knee socks, of course! The boots and socks look is everywhere these days – from runway shows to rock shows. Let’s take a look at this hot trend, and see how you can make it work for you.
You might not think of pairing ankle boots with knee socks, but it can look really great when it’s done right. Match zip-up Beatle boots with over-the-knee socks for a look that’s mod yet modern. Throw on a pleated skirt, a button-up blouse, and a fitted cardigan, and you’ll be looking sharp as a tack.
When the weather’s wet, or you anticipate trudging around in the muck (spring camping, anyone?), create a look that’s weatherproof and wonderful with knee-high socks, opaque tights, and a pair of Wellington boots. Complete the look with a plaid midi skirt and a tweed blazer. Your feet will stay nice and dry, and looking awesome is an added bonus.
Lace-up knee-high boots with chunky, utilitarian heels can be extremely stylish when coupled with a pair of knee socks, tights, and an authentic wool poncho. Top it off with a chunky necklace featuring silver, turquoise, or obsidian. Rustic yet ravishing, this look has been spotted everywhere lately, from the plains to the penthouses.
Love to ride horses? You can look amazing while on that beautiful animal. For style and comfort, grab a pair of any of our denim or fashion leggings.
Pair with a blouse and don’t forget the riding jacket. Of course, riding boots are amazing when paired with any of our knee socks.
Nothing beats the sound of thundering motorcycles! You agree? Love it! Have a thing for boots and buckles? Grab those jeggings, engineer boots and a leather jacket. Pair with knee socks that match your outfit or your motorcycle. Feel the wind on your face. Enjoy!