The transitional period of seasons is always a tricky task when it comes to dressing for college. It just so happens this is the current case for me. While summer drags on longer than it is supposed to, a windy and rainy day came into play. Of course, there I was at college, in my dress, shivering cold and going to the local mall to purchase a knit to keep me warm!
Winter essentials and layering are ever so needed for college students who experience fall this time of year. This Fashionista’s outfit was a perfect example of being in-vogue and trans-seasonal.
Could this pair of boots be any more cooler? Boots are the best option for fall and winter footwear. Boots were attested for their height ability, going from ankle-length to knee-high and now the thigh-high! Not only are boots durable and warm, but they are trendy, too. The thigh-high boot trend, especially, is a must-have for any Fashionista this upcoming season.
When you still want to wear elements of your summer outfit, go for the thigh-high boot. I loved how this Fashionista wore a basic white T-shirt with a leathered panel black pencil skirt, yet she chose the thigh-high boot for stellar edge and extra warmth. In fact, wearing a short skirt with thigh-high boots is perfect to make your legs look longer.
If you want to follow in the footsteps of this Fashionista, throw on a printed denim jacket for a great pop of colour, and a few simple accessories. Another way to style your thigh-high boots is to wear a swinging skirt and a chunky knit.
Spotted: Chanel’s fall 2013 runway had every model stand still at their entire showcase. Winter essentials, such as wool coats and beanies, were worn with delectable short skirts and thigh-high boots–trans-seasonal outfits dressed by the very best, Karl Lagerfeld.