Skirt & Boots

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Over the knee boots were made for short skirts, am I right? I just love that little sliver of skin that shows, especially in the winter. OTK boots (these are on sale for $25!!!!!!!!) help cover up and keep you warm, but they’re also feminine and flirty. I’m sure this trend will pass, so I’m soaking it up while I can.

I got this faux leather skirt (similar option here; fringe here) three or four years ago while I love it, it can be tough to style. But this time of year is perfect for a light colored faux leather skirt like this one. The beige color goes perfectly with this army green top I got recently. I didn’t realize when I bought it that it doesn’t completely button up, but I kind of love it. I think being petite helps me get away with that kind of stuff!

how to wear otk boots with a skirt, black otk books, public desire boots, fall style, winter style, atlanta style blogger

how to wear otk boots with a skirt, black otk books, public desire boots, fall style, winter style, atlanta style blogger

how to wear otk boots with a skirt, black otk books, public desire boots, fall style, winter style, atlanta style blogger

how to wear otk boots with a skirt, black otk books, public desire boots, fall style, winter style, atlanta style blogger

how to wear otk boots with a skirt, black otk books, public desire boots, fall style, winter style, atlanta style blogger
 


 
I added more black to the look by wearing my crossbody (sorry not sorry I’ve been wearing this in like every single blog post) and an old pair of black sunglasses. I think I could have even added a leather jacket if it was a little colder on this day. It actually was pretty cold, but I didn’t realize until it was too late. Oh well.

Do you like OTK boots paired with short skirts?

Photos by Lauren Price.