If you would look at women’s wardrobe it would be hard for you to find a pair of tan booties. Girls usually go for heels, sneakers, but not tan booties. Let me tell you this winter it is all about tan booties. So this is the time try something stylish and trendy while incorporating it into your wardrobe. Of course, not all tan booties are created equal, and whether your sartorial tastes toward flat Chelsea boots or elegant heeled pointed-toe booties, there’s a cool style for every preference and look. Go for something alluring and different.
Some girls feel like bootie trendy would look chunky and cut off their legs right above the ankle, thus making them wider. There are so many trends of tan booties such as heel, flat, laced, buckled, cut-out and many more. So don’t be afraid and grab the best booties you like. Girls get confused about the outfit to wear with tan booties. Don’t worry girls we are here to solve your problem. We will give you great insightful tips on how to incorporate your tan booties with the latest outfit trends.
1-TURTLENECK WITH TAN BOOTIES
Turtleneck with tan booties is the newest outfit trend you could have. It gives you both stylish and smart look.
Tip#1Most turtleneck shirts aren’t quite fitted enough. They are usually baggy, hence, to allow for this look to work, so a long pair of leggings are your best bet.
2.ROLLED UP CUFFED JEANS WITH CROPPED TOP AND TAN BOOTIES
Rolled or double cuffed jeans are a cute look with booties along with a crop top and allow for a little bit of your ankle to show through, and highlighting that skinny area down there.
Tip #2. This look works best with skinny jeans. Straight-legged or wider-legged jeans shorten your leg line when rolled.
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- CUFFED JEANS WITH BOOTIES
When wearing jeans with booties, an exposed cuffed shirt to keep you looking as slim as possible. One of the ways to create this gap between the shirt and boots is a cuffed hem.
Tip #3. Try this look with a longer pair of skinny jeans, rather than an ankle length pair. A larger cuff (2-3 inches tall) is more flattering.
- HALF CUFF JEANS AND OVERSIZED TEE ALONG WITH TAN BOOTIES
One of our favourite looks when pairing jeans with booties is the half cuff. It’s an effortless look and is fun when paired with an oversized tee and sunglasses for a weekend with friends.
Tip #4: To make this look as effortless as possible, don’t make your half cuffs match. Keep them about the same height, but roll/cuff them at slightly different angles and widths to make them look effortless and a little haphazard.
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- LAYERED SOCKS AND LEGGINGS WITH OVERSIZED SWEATER
You might have seen socks trend now much often. Well, it’s a good choice to incorporate along with an oversized sweater and of course tan booties and what not.
It’s a tough one to pull off though since it adds bulk to your ankles (the exact thing we’re trying to avoid). But layered over leggings makes for a cute winter look.
Tip #5. Go for a neutral-coloured sock to avoid drawing too much attention down there.
Tip #6. Shorter socks (as opposed to knee-length socks) are easier to pull off as well. There is less to the bunch, and therefore less bulk.