Trend Spotting |How to style: boots for spring

                       SPRING IS IN THE AIR. We can finally transition from the thick winter clothes and start wearing our favourite spring key-pieces. Today I decided to style one of my favourite items for spring: boots.

            1.The classic leather boots

            Among the most iconic pair of shoes, the black leather boots are positioned near the front row. My all-time-favourite item, these boots can be worn in countless combinations: they legit go with everything. Today I styled them in a casual outfit: a ruffle shirt, light wash jeans and a silk scarf. (Check the photos’ description for details)

              2.The printed/floral boots

        For days when you feel a little more brave, a printed pair of boots will totally change your look. Start off with some basic pieces (like a white tee and a pair of jeans), then add some fun, out-there boots and BOOM! It didn’t take that long, but it for sure looks amazing. I choose 3 options for a day-time, casual and effortless look.

                3. The printed/ snakeskin boots

           This is also a fun, more unique pair of boots that can spice up any outfit. I started off with this striped shirt and created a more out-going look, perfect for a date or evening out. Don’t be afraid to mix and match different prints and patterns! Have fun with the colours and combine more styles.

Shirt: H&M, Jeans: H&M ( I cut the bottom), Boots: Topshop, Bag: Primark (I think)

                      So, this spring, be brave and bold! Try to experiment! 



                                           Kisses x


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