3 trendy ways to wear ankle boots

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With chillier days upon us, many of us have already begun the annual wardrobe shuffle, packing away our strappy sandals and summer dresses to make room for winter wear.

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Festival chic

Whether you’re a regular on the outdoor music festival scene or simply want to dress like one, the ankle boot is the perfect way to bring this edgy style together, not to mention a comfortable way to get through an entire day or two (or three, or more) of festival fun.

Throw on a slightly oversized knitted pullover with a chunky patterned scarf, a bold pair of patterned leggings for some added personality, and a pair of knitted socks – let these peek out above the top of your boots for a fun and playful look.

Working woman

When it’s business as usual, a great pair of ankle boots translates just as well in the office as it does on the urban scene. Corporate divas in search of a slightly edgier work look opt for a pair of burgundy slacks with a crisp white button-up shirt neatly tucked in. Finish the look off with the ankle boots, a pale blue cotton-knit waterfall cardigan or blazer and a funky (but subtle) collar necklace.

If you can get away with wearing denim jeans at work, opt for a dark blue wash with leg bottoms folded over twice to show off a little more of the shoe (and maybe a funky pair of socks, too). Go for a button-down plaid shirt and throw a chunky loose-knit jersey over your shoulders to complete the look.

Date night

The perfect outfit for a night out with bae is one that makes you feel as great as you look – with shoes that are chic yet comfortable enough to walk the length of a promenade or dance the night away without ending up with sore feet.

For a romantic night out, pair those gorgeous ankle boots with a pair of black stockings under an above-the-knee cocktail-style dress. Throw a leather jacket over for a smart-casual evening look, or opt for a denim jacket for a look that’s a little more laid back.

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