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3 Ways to Wear: Over-the-Knee Boots

How to Style Over the Knee Boots 3 Ways

In this weekly column, I'm sharing three ways to style one cool piece to help you stretch those wardrobe dollars (in the most stylish way possible, of course!). For more real-girl-budget outfit ideas, check out my blog Life with Lyss.

I love getting requests for "how-to-style" articles! I took a request from @Wishes_Reality for over-the-knee boots and did some digging on Pinterest for some inspiration. Here are three of my favorite looks for fall and how to re-create them.

How to style over-the-knee boots

Look 1: Faux Fur Fab
I've been seeing fur vests everywhere this season (Marshall's, especially!). There are so many faux fur options available for decent prices, it's hard to pass this trend up.

Vest / Sweater / Boots

How to style over-the-knee boots

Look 2: Feminine for Fall
For a more feminine and girly look, try a ruffly dress and a chic leather jacket. I love this ensemble as a fall transition outfit.

Jacket / Dress / Boots

How to style over-the-knee boots

Look 3: So Sleek
For an ultra-cool city look, try matte black heels with an edgy quilted bag. I love the front panels of the boots... so different!

Bag / Sweater / Boots

Let us know how you're wearing over-the-knee boots by tagging us @budgetbabe and @lyssfashionblog on Instagram, and tweet me your 3-way style requests at @lyssfashionblog!

(Inspiration photo sources: Look 1, Look 2, Look 3)

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How to Style Over the Knee Boots 3 Ways
LOVE this post! You pulled together some amazing looks. Now I need a fur vest:)

Heidi D.
#1 Heidi D. (Homepage) on 2014-09-29 20:43 (Reply)
LOVE outfit #3! Great post!!
#2 Quinley (Homepage) on 2014-09-29 23:26 (Reply)
Over the knee boots are OVER THE TOP! Here is another great look with them:
#3 cate adair (Homepage) on 2014-09-30 14:23 (Reply)
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