Over The Knee Boots; Cool Tones|Style Diary

Over the knee boots

The other day me and the guy were heading out to a surprise dinner with a few friends. Know that I like to look nice when going out but not wanting to overdue it, I knew simple chic look was a must. Having just got my taupe over the knee boots from Fashion to Figure in the mail, I had the perfect look in mind.

 Trench: Simply Be (similar)| Top: Lane Bryant| Leggings: Catherines| Boots: FTF
Over the knee boots
Over the knee boots

I found this top while looking through the clearance section of Lane Bryant. At first I wasn’t really wowed, but then I actually tried it on and I knew it had to come home with me. I like that it’s slightly sheer, and it flows so well. It perfectly over this simple black leggings from Catherines. If you’re looking for great basic leggings, check out my Fave Basic Leggings post.

Over the knee boots

I am clearly head over heels (pun intended) for this daisy over the knee boots from Fashion to Figure. I was stalking their website since September waiting for this boots to become available. I featured these boots in black & red in my fall lookbook video on my youtube channel. They really are awesome boots.

To be honest, these boots are GREAT for anyone with wide calves. My calves literally drown in these boots. Only having a 17 calf, I had to keep pulling these boots up. But for the shot they are 100% worth every penny. I highly recommend these boots. If you’re looking for more options for wide calf over the knee boots, check out my Wide Calf Over the Knee Boots post. I have 14 amazing styles for you!

Over the knee boots

To see more of my plus size outfits, be sure to check out my style diary tab here on the blog. Happy shopping loves and I’ll see you in my next post.

xoxo
Shay

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