Fashion boots are type of shoes that covers at least the foot and the ankle and sometimes extends up to the knee or even the hip. Most have a heel that is clearly distinguishable from the rest of the sole, even if the two are made of one piece. Traditionally made of leather or rubber, modern boots are made from a variety of materials. Women have a wide choice in matters of boot selection. Let’s see the classification and categorization of boots for women.
Fashion boots: Classification and categorization
Fashion boots are available in various forms which include the Hip boots, Knee-high boots, Thigh-high boots, Wedge boots and Ankle boots. The styles in boots include Chelsea boots, Cowboy boots, Go-go boots, Hessian boots, Mukluks or dry-snow boots, Rigger boots, Vlahboots, Wellington boots and Gieka Boots. Boots especially for women include winter boots for women, rain boots for women, cowboy boots for women, timberland boots for women, fur boots for women, ankle boots for women, dress boots for women and thigh high boots for women.
Fashion boots: Knee high boots and suitability of boots
When we think of fashion boots for women the most fitting style would be the knee high boots. It can suit all women. Then we have various styles of boots for women but not all women can wear the same style. The reason for this is that everybody has different leg length and leg shape. One of the important facts regarding boots is that if you are tall then boots fits you well. If you have height of 6’ or above then nearly any pair of boots are going to look fantastic on you. But if you are on the lower side of height then you need to be little careful in selecting your boots. If careful selection is not done then you will end up looking very comic with a large boot of not your size and fit.
Fashion boots: Guidelines for wearing boots
Now coming to the nitty-gritty of boot fittings let me emphasize on the fact that calves of your legs matter the most when selecting your boots. Your boots should actually fit your calves. Your legs may be long enough to pull off any pair of boots, but you need to make sure the width of the shaft is appropriate for your legs, too and that can be judged by how it fits your calves.
Fashion boots: Matching your boots with your attire and accessories
Boots are normally worn along with skirts. The length of the skirts will definitely determine the type of boots and other accessories that you would select to wear. To start with the skirts and the exposure of your knees, it should be kept in mind that if the skirt covers your knees, then it doesn’t matter if you wear stockings or not. On the other hand if your knees are clearly visible, make sure they look good. If you have knobby knees, all you’re going to do is distract attention from the boots and put all focus on your knees. If you’re wearing a mini skirt, you should wear some kind of stockings unless your legs are nicely colored. Nicely tanned legs are great attraction.
Fashion boots: Boots and the length of your legs
Now let's come to the length of the legs and the boots. In boot selection the primary consideration is the length of your legs. The type of boots you are going to wear will depend on how long your legs are from knee to crotch, and how they’re shaped. In fact the shape also matters and you need well developed legs with calves to support your boots. You can either wear a boot that comes exactly to the top, or wear one that stops about 3-4 inches above your knee. In any case remember that your boots should fit in terms of the length as well as the thickness of your legs.
Fashion boots: Do jeans fit with boots?
Skirts are the best option in terms of wearing the boots. But some people combine boots with jeans also. In my personal opinion that's not a good idea. Anyways, if you have decided to combine your boots with jeans then again the most important criteria for doing so is your overall height as well as the type of legs god has given you. If you have long, sexy legs then go for the combination but if you’re short, then I would advise against this combination of Jeans and the boots.
Fashion boots: The pull-ons, lace up and Zip up types of boots
There are different types of boots in the market. They are of the types like the pull-ons, lace up, or Zip up. Zip-up is fine if you want the way of tightly moulded look and you don’t want to be stretching the material overmuch. Lace ups are not that hot these days and pull ons will only work if they are bigger than your legs and still fit you well when you wear them. Further these boots will get stretched every time you wear it.
Fashion boots: Colour of your boots
Finally let's come to the colours. The colours that look sexy and hot are the good old black, mahogany, chocolate and the tan. Please don't spoil your personality by wearing crap colours like the white, red, green or any other colour for that matter. The best materials for boots are naturally the leather and the suede.
Fashion boots: The heal in the boots
Heals are very important aspect as regards to the boots and how they are going to impact your image in terms of wearing those boots. If you will wear boots with super chunky heels it will make your feet look very bulky in comparison to your legs. Therefore avoid such types of heels. The pin-style stilettos give a very cheap hooker like image and therefore they are best to be avoided. They can be dangerous as well because they can lead to a fall also. Go for normal heels which is average in length and which fits well to the overall look and feel of the boots and more importantly which fits you.
Fashion boots: Keep your "feet" boot friendly
Wearing boots can be a great experience and it becomes a necessity in winters. But remember one fact that boots make your feet remain in a closed environment for long times. This is the environment which is inside your boots where the sweat from your feet and the resultant moisture can lead to bacterial and fungal growth. Further boots can be hard on your feet in terms of causing friction on your feet. This may lead to minor cuts and injuries. Therefore if you are using boots regularly then give your feet a therapeutic soaking at least once a week to cleanse your feet as well as to exfoliate and remove hard dead skin and smooth away rough surfaces. Luke-warm water and a few drops of skin-softening oil is recommended for exfoliating purpose and some form of disinfectant and antiseptic especially made for feet can be separately used to medically cleanse your feet. In fact exfoliating your feet is a great preventative measure for corns and calluses.
Fashion boots: Take care of your feet
After washing, thoroughly dry your feet and treat them to a massage from heel to toe using a cream specially formulated for feet. Corns and calluses are caused by added friction in a boot. Combine this friction with damp socks from the bad weather, sliding around in an improperly fitting boot and the chances of your feet looking and feeling less than desirable are increased. Moreover it can lead to infections also.
Fashion boots: The need of insole
When it comes to the question of your feet inside the boots it is always desirable that your feet are firmly placed inside your boots as loose boots can lead to friction and injury of the feet. In such cases where you feel that the boots are loose from inside, use an insole. It will help to keep your foot firmly placed in your boot and it will prevent that added friction in a boot.
Article by Sanjay Nair
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