Jilly Moo's Basic #6 : Tall Flat Boots

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Every Gal Needs: A pair of tall, flat boots in either brown or black (we find brown to be more versatile).

Fit: Make sure the boot comes up to your knee, especially if you plan to wear these over jeans or with a skirt/dress. Boots that hit mid-calf make your leg look shorter than they are. This is one of those unfortunate cases where we feel that you may have to spend a little bit more money to get good quality. We feel that brown leather tends to be especially susceptible to looking cheep so buyer beware!

Favs: Last year we found a good deal on great pair by Jessica Simpson. Frye is a good quality brand but can tend to be a little on the pricey side. They do wear in to look better with age so we can justify spending on this one. Like ballet flats, this shoe has also become very popular and thus, easy to find at all price points.


tall flat boot weekend

Nicole Right Now Copper Boot $175 Piperlime J Brand Skinny Leg Jeans $160 Net-a-Porter Junk Food The Police Sychronicity Tee $32 80s Purple Elington Vero Cross Body Bag $151 Irvs Luggage Leather Studded Cuff Bracelet $40 Guess


tall flat boot work

Nicole Right Now Copper Boot $175 Piperlime Ruffled Slub Knit Polo $10 Old Navy Stadium Cloth Winnie Jacket $245 J Crew AG Stevie Skinny Jean $159 Anthropologie Leather Equestrian Belt $45 J Crew Michael Kors Horn Jet Set Chronograph Watch $195 Net-a-Porter


tall flat boot night

Nicole Right Now Copper Boot $175 Piperlime Paul & Joe Sister Horlane Silk Print Dress $200 Net-a-Porter Girlscene Faux Fur Vest $118 H&M Ribbed Tights $42 Toast Charmed Chains $7.80 Forever 21 Antique Cuff $6.80 Forever 21

1 comment:

just another Belle said...

I love all three of these outfits, esp. the weekend one! I feel like my hips are too big to wear boots like that (or skinny jeans for that matter!)

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