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Style your over-the-knee boots now

The over- the- knee or thigh- high boots have been a hit since 2009 on runway shows. And I have no surprise that this is one of the footwear trend now. This type of boots is the perfect transition shoe between winter and spring or between summer and autumn. With the unstable UK weather, over- the- knee boots work for every british woman’s ensembles for all times. When come to styling the boots, Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman is what I associated with. If wear it properly, it looks more like street-style’r’ than street walker.

This is how I style mine:

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Why we love it: All time accessories under the weather like Britain. There are also lots of different ways to make your outfits look cool and never out of trend. For example, brown riding boots would be nice to go with skirt and blazer for work or skinny jeans and a chuck sweater for brunch or day time look. Wear the classic black over- the- knee boot with A- line dresses or pencil skirt for work or leggings on the weekend.

How to style it: Over- the- knee or thigh high boots are such a statement piece to accessorise your outfits. Keep everything else in your ensemble e.g. make- up moderated. Balance the look with subtle smokey eyes and costume accessories competing for the attention. These boots are sexy any way you style them.
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Ph: www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/ atlanticpacific/ www.whowhatwear.com

 

Happy Valentines Day

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Top/H&M Trend(old)/Skirt/ASOS/Heels/ZARA/Leather Jacket/H&M

14th of February is the most romantic day of the year. As a Chinese, we celebrate our own Lunar New Year, certainly and needless to say, as well as we celebrate our own chinese Valentines Day. 2014 is such a special year that special enough to have Chinese Valentines Day and western Valentines Day on the same date.

  This year my Valentines Day outfit is nothing special but black. Not LBD but black top and black sequence skirt. Why didn’t I wear loved-up pinks and red? I love it in black because I love black colour since the first day I love fashion, and black has always been a long-lasting colour in trend and never out of date. Therefore colour black is representing my love to my husband, long-lasting love and never changed.

Thank you for Reading x

 

Black and White

Black and White has always been the signature colour of Chanel. Seems like this famous and classic colouring- black and white, is extreme popular in all the design of our favourite designers. Salvatore Ferragamo has just put up an autumn/winter 2013/14 fashion show video on facebook and showing how Giornetti’s models presents the new season of black and white.

Thanks for Reading x