Ankle Boots for the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s
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More wonderful looks for these exact same fabulous short boots. Remember if you are wearing cute ones…show them off so everyone else can see them by cuffing your pants or wearing a (gasp) skirt!! See previous blogs: Ankle Boots (Style Discussion 1) & Ankle Boots (Style Discussion 2).
Jodie’s (50’s) Outfit: I actually like a print pant because even if it’s tight you don’t notice the extra lumps as much. Besides these were a steal (only $6 at the end of the season)! I think the boot actually breaks up the print thus it’s not as overwhelming.
Boots: Alfani from Macy’s (similar here)~~Jeans: Banana Republic (similar here)~~Sweater: The Loft (similar here)~~T-shirt under..mine is grey (similar here)~~Scarf: Pashmina (here)~~Earrings: (similar here)
Nancy’s (60’s) Outfit: I like the white jeans with these boots so you can appreciate how cute they look because of the contrast! If you have a pair of interesting ankle boots…cuff them so you make sure they get exposed!
Charlotte’s (70’s) Outfit: Mom likes her skirts longer even though I keep telling her that her legs are great! And isn’t this jacket perfect, because it adds interest to the outfit and since it’s an A-line shape it camouflages any tummy bulges?!! With the brown tights you almost don’t realize they are short boots, but then up close you see they are ankle boots and think “oh, how, fashionable!” As you can see in all three of mom’s posts, the ankle boots are not the star of the show but more of a great finishing touch!
Boots: Madeline Stuart (similar here)~~Jacket: Georgiou Studio (similar here)~~White shirt: mom made it (similar here)~~Skirt: Evan Picone (similar here)~~Bracelet: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)
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There are remarkably many interesting boots available now. Here’s a few to consider adding to your collection!