For fashion lovers everywhere, this is truly the season of boots to complement all their trendy outfits.
We all know Denrele has a flair for boots and I honestly feel his closet should be open for all of us to shop in. His style of fashion is top notch and we would be showing you different types of shoes and how to style them especially as we’ve officially entered the season of boots.
Ankle boots: A boot that covers the whole foot and cuts off at the ankle or a little above it. This is a great fit for harmattan and a dry season.
Knee-high boots: Boots that go to the knees or right below it. I love this one, it’s always chic and fashionable. They are perfect for pairing with mini skirts or short dresses.
Platform boots: This trendy silhouette can be paired with any outfit, a gown or a jean. You can go for a super chunky option or a more subtle platform boot style to spice up your look.
Chelsea boots: This classic boot usually have elastic panels at the side, and it’s a great ankle boot that has a more casual polished design.
Combat boots: I have also spotted my fave celebrity Denrele in this style. And as the name implies, combat boots were originally designed for combat soldiers, but civilians like us have stylishly stolen them and made them even more fashionable.
Thigh-high boots: if it isn’t high, it isn’t thigh-high. These boots are designed to be fitted to your legs and hit mid-thigh. It could be paired with tights, jeans, skirts, dresses, and more.
Stiletto boots: These skinny heel boots will never be outdated and they look best when worn with a tailored piece. You can pair it up with a dress for the office.
Cut-out boots: These boots are a combination of sandals and a boot. It’s the best of both worlds and super fashionable.
Rain boots: These boots are made from waterproof materials specifically for heavy downpours and they are very stylish also. It can be paired with any outfit.
So my dear, which boots are your favorites, and which would you be purchasing soon?
Leave a comment, I would love to know your style.