Boots are again very trendy this fall. Are you still looking for the perfect pair? No worry: with our tips, you will quickly find the boots that fit you!
Do you have larger calves? Then choose boots with a high heel, because they have a thinning effect. But make sure that the heel is not too thin, because that gives the opposite effect. Pay attention that your shoes are not too tight, because then your calves are even more in the spotlight. And boots with little belts or bands can better be left in the closet.
If you have thicker ankles, you can best select short boots. Try also to make sure that your shoes are not too narrow around your ankles, because then your ankles will be emphasized even more.
People with thin legs often find it difficult to find the right boots. In any case, make sure your boots are not too wide but do fit well. Definitely choose shoes in a nice colour. That’s how to attract attention to your boots and not your legs.
If you have thicker legs, you can best choose tall boots with plateau soles. This brings a nice balance to your silhouette. Better to avoid ankle boots, because they attract more attention to your legs.
Even if you have shorter legs, you can cheat a little with the right boots. You can better go for boots with a high heel or a wedge heel. Ankle boots and boots with a pointed tip can also do wonders. Boots that are not sturdy enough and thus fall down are best to avoid.
Are your legs not super short, but are you just not so tall? Then shoes with high heels naturally come in handy. Would you rather walk flat? Then go for boots in the same colour as your outfit, because that has a lengthening effect.
Tall women can wear tall or short boots. Contrary to popular belief, you can also easily wear heels. Just make sure that they are not TOO high.
Would you rather not draw attention to your big feet? Then don’t wear pointy shoes but choose instead boots with rounded toes. Colourful ones draw attention to your feet. So it’s better to go for a darker, inconspicuous model.
Source: Libelle 1/10/2014