Knee-high boots: How to wear white knee-high boots

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The nights are dark and the days are cold, which means that winter is well and truly here. You may miss summer, but all is not lost. The cold season provides the perfect opportunity for making the most out of layering, cosying up in huge coats and embracing new season accessories.

One of our favourite microtrends this year are white knee-high boots. Whether you dress them up or down, go for croc-print or matte, heeled or flat, there’s a way to wear them to suit every style. We’ve collated outfit inspo from some of our favourite influencers to guide you if you’re not sure how to wear the tricky trend.

Giving a glimpse of your knee-high boots under a dress or coat is one of our favourite ways to wear them. This can be done with any longer dress or skirt, or simply with a trench like Didi Stone [above].

Vintage queen Sara Waiste has inspired us with her chic dress, boot and beret combination [above]. Try a vintage blazer dress like Sara’s with a pair of white boots and matching white accessories to tie it all together.

If sky-high boots aren’t your thing, follow Olivia and Alice’s lead with a pair of knee-high cowboy boots instead [above]. They add instant oomph to a simple outfit and won’t leave you in pain by evening.

For those who prefer a more comfy casual look, try flat white boots like Emili Sindlev [above]. These wellington style boots were all over the Autumn Winter runways, including at the Prada, Versace and Bottega Veneta shows. It may seem like a fashion risk, but it’s worth it.

We adore Whinnie Williams’ seventies style – and this outfit is no different [above]. To recreate her retro vibes, opt for a white boot with a chunky block heel and wear it with a mini dress. Perfection.

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