Alright Winter, you’ve made your fashionably late entrance, but now you can hit the road. If I’m honest with myself, we’ve got quite sometime before the frigid weather subsides. & for us fashionistas, the last thing we feel like doing is dressing up & take a chance ruining our fave pair of shoes- just to go out to dinner. What if you didn’t have to? Here, you will find how I made my Hunter boots versatile with two separate outfits, leaving me comfortable, warm, & ready to take on any event.
This first look was simple. Hunters DON’T have to be paired with sweatpants. Don’t be scared of the description “Rain Boot”. Yes, they are rubber- BUT with this new matte black look that Hunter came out with, they are chic & can be rocked with your comfiest sweater. This could be warn to a little lunch date with your closest gal, or just for that comfy lazy day outfit when the weather is too bitter to deal with. Don’t take a chance by ruining your fave combat boots- if you’ve got these- take advantage! On to the next look:
Okay how cute is this?! This is my fave way to rock Hunters. Why? Because even though the weather may be snowy or rainy- I don’t have to sacrifice a cute outfit that I wanted to wear. Paired these black babies with a pleather skirt, deep green loop hole top, & threw on my red lips. The knee highs almost give the Hunter’s a sexy touch, still leaving you fashionable.
& there you have it daring chicks. Rock those boots you spent good money on! (okay- I bought these for only $80 at COSTCO– so I took advantage of my bargain brain.) They truly protect your feet in the bad weather & compliment any outfit. Be smart this winter & dress the safest way you can- but of course, don’t lose that daring touch. (;
Boots: Hunter Boots ($80 @ Costco)// Skirt: TJ-MAXX $10// Shirt: Cable & Gauge $10 at TJ-MAXX// Lips: Bobbi Brown