Boots – sexy and feminine

Designers such as Marc Jacobs and Paul Smith made sure that the sexy ankle boots experienced a fashion revival. Boots, which are also called ankle boots, are a combination of boots and pumps shoes. As the name (English “ankle” = ankle) suggests, they include ankle boots from the ankle.

Boots are not only practical all-rounders, but they also lend self-confidence. Not only Victoria Beckham knows that boots guarantee simultaneously a sexy and stylish appearance. Ankle boots can boast of a variety of materials – from patent leather and smooth leather to suede to various details as large buckles, bows, fringe or tassels.Boots were presented to the public for the first time in 1930. 

The shoemaker feared that women would not wear them, because ankle boots covered their beautiful ankles.Of course, modifications that occur in terms of design soon dissipate all fears in this regard.Thanks to designers like Marc Jacobs, Paul Smith and Burberry, the sexy booties sent back to the runways.It could even be said that from their wicked image they set out on a fashion campaign.

Today they are among the absolute favorite shoes of the stars and starlets.Combined right ankle boots have also become absolute classics trend, because you can spice up any outfit in an instant with them.The low cut boots offers some perspective on the instep and an optical extension of the legs. They fit both a tube trousers, under a boot cut trousers – although they lose the leg curl effect – as well as a skirt or a dress.

Particularly in combination with opaque tights in summer, they have a particular advantage. Even short legs conjure the sexy booties a couple inches to. Ankle boots with wedge heel should be better combined with a tight skinny jean. However, even the lace-up ankle boots, ankle boots no heel platform, ankle boots, where the seam is up ankle boots with flat or patchwork ankle boots are the permanent hit. Unlike high heels or pumps, you can wear closed footwear in wind and weather.

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