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How to wear boots in Autumn and Winter? Kako nositi čizme jesenas i zimus?

Hello! Today I have prepared something a bit different for you. A bit of fashion inspiration.  How to wear boots in Autumn and Winter? One of the easiest way to make them stand out is to wear them with skirts and dresses. If you are a pants person, you can pair them with cropped and capri jeans and pants. That way they will still be visible. There is another tactic but it works only with skinny jeans and pants- you just tuck them in your boots. Well, you can actually fold your flares too if you do it carefully and fold them the right way, but that only works with a certain style of boots. I'm sure I'm not inventing anything new but sometimes it is good to be reminded of something. So, these would be the ways you can make your boots more visible in the colder months. However, if you want to keep extra warm, remember that the best way to do that is to wear pants over your boots, preferably a wider pair. This will make your feet extra warm and happy.

Zdravo! Danas sam za vas pripremila nešto malo drukčije. Malo modnoga nadahnuća. Kako nositi čizme jesenas i zimus? Jedan od najlakših načina za istaknuti ih je nositi ih sa suknjama i haljinama. No, volite li više hlače, možete ih nositi s kraćim modelima ili kapri dužinom hlača i traperica. Tako će i dalje biti vidljive. Ima još jedna taktika ali samo za hlače i traperice uskoga kroja, a to je da ih ugurate u čizme. No, dobro mogu se i traperice zvonastoga kroja ugurati u čizme, ali morate ih pažljivo presložiti, a i ne možete to napraviti sa svakom vrstom čizma. Znam da ne izmišljam ništa novo, ali nekad je dobro podsjetiti se na nešto. Tako to bi bili neki načini da učinite čizme što vidljivijim u hladnim mjesecima. No, želite li vam bude posebno toplo, nemojte zaboraviti da je najbolji način za to da nosite hlače preko čizmi, po mogućnosti širi par. Tako će vam nogice biti posebno ugrijane i sretne.


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Comments

  1. You always put such great outfits together! I like them all but if I had to pick just one it would be the one with the black maxi leather coat, Gosh!!! that one is stunning. You always look so full of life, Ivana. It's amazing!
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  2. great post!
    beautiful outfits :)
    http://xoxoclaudia.blogspot.de/

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  3. Great Outfits! Lovely look! Kisses:)

    xxBasia

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  4. great post!
    http://modaodaradosti.blogspot.com/

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  5. I love your selection and ideas how to wear boots properly, personally I also mix boots with warm tights and skirts/dresses or I wear them with combination with jeans/trousers. What's more, looking at your photos, I'm more than sure that your country is so beautiful, Ivana :)

    http://crafty-zone.blogspot.com/

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  6. These are all lovely looks! You have so many cool pairs of boots! :) xx

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    1. yes, I do. My husband helps me buy boots, he is really good at it. Thank you!

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  7. So many beautiful photos of you looking so stylish and pretty! xx

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  8. Bel recap, stai benissimo con ogni look
    www.alessandrastyle.com

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  9. You are the queen of boots!!! Love them!!! You look very pretty in that red circle skirt, really striking!!! I wear ankle boots most days but most often than not with leggings and socks under a dress or just under trousers!Xx

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  10. hahaah IVANA - you've got an inch of snow and you call it winter !!!! ;) :D Look you are totally crazy :) ;) I have to go to work tomorrow and you suddenly published hundreds od lovely pictures - :) . Next time you have to show them in seperate posts, please :) You look beautiful in all of them - cheers Margot :)

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    1. Yes, I know... These photos are from previous years, I left links under them so that original posts can be seen.

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  11. Fabulous inspiration! You definitely show off the versatility of boots in this series. I normally like to wear my boots with skinny jeans or jeggings but you're right that they stand out more when paired with skirts or dresses. And then you get to wear fun tights or socks too if you should so choose.

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  12. i like your styling <3

    www.lovviez.blogspot.com

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  13. Pravo je zadovoljstvo podsetiti se ovih fenomenalnih jesenjih i zimskih kombinacija. Čizmice obožavam (primetila si to verovatno i sama hihihi) i to kako duboke, tako i gležnjače, pa i preko kolena, ravne ili sa štiklicom.
    Veliki pozdrav

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  15. very nice blog :)

    http://mensfashionobsession.blogspot.rs/

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  16. What a lovely collection of your boot outfits! This is a great inspiration how to wear boots. As you know, I like to pair them with skirts and dresses ;-)

    xxxxx Nadine

    http://nadinecd.blogspot.co.at

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  17. Such a wide selection of lovely outfits! Hard to say, what is my favourite, although I love these denim pants paired with beige boots... Who's the pup? Is your?

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    1. no, it belongs to somebody else...I don't know the owners. This is a BIH breed and it is called tornjak. One day I plan to write more about it.

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