As a general rule, ankle boots can be easily paired up with most clothing styles. Whether you choose to pair it with a dress, leggings, mini-skirt, or skinny jeans, ankle boots can finish your look stylishly with a bang. While neutral colors of ankle boots are best-sellers all year round as they can be worn with any shade of dress or top, red ankle boots are also among the top choices among fashion-forward fashionistas because they ooze sexiness and seduction effortlessly.
The only problem with red ankle boots is that they may be difficult to style. But is that really true at all? Red is a challenging shade for a top, a jacket, a pair of jeans, and most especially for shoes. For ankle boots, there are ways to get around this color. Follow these tips to find out how you can pull off wearing red ankle boots without looking like Red Riding Hood.
Because red is already an eye-catching color as it is, it’s best to pair your red ankle boots with a neutral-colored top and acid-washed skinny jeans. A round neck long-sleeved tee paired with skinny jeans is casual but ultra-chic especially if you have red ankle boots to pair it with. Finish the ensemble with a red necklace to complement your top.
If you are the daring type, pair your red ankle boots with a white tube top covered with a stylish black jacket. A pair of light-colored skinny jeans is your best bet to cover up those elongated gams. White and black colors can easily make your red ankle boots stand out. In this way, onlookers will not be distracted as to where they should look – your top or your sexy pair of ankle boots.
Black and red are great color combinations so choose a casual black shirt with a single red color and pair it with black skinny jeans. Finish your look with a tote bag in red to complement your red ankle boots. This look means you only have two colors – black and red so it will really make you stand out from the crowd.
As you can see, red ankle boots isn’t exactly difficult to style. As long as you know your way around colors, this shouldn’t pose a problem for you. In fact, it should challenge your creativity for you to really be a full-blown fashionista.