“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you!”
We officially had our first snow here in Utah yesterday, so it made sense for me to pull out a pair of knee high boots (I’ve been fighting wearing them until now in hopes to stave off the colder weather). These boots are one of my favorites – mainly because I love the color, but also because they are not too high, and even though I love wearing high heels, I do realize that it’s not always practical to wear heels to high when it’s snowy, icy or rainy. Yes, I know, practicality does sometimes factor into my wardrobe choices 🙂
If you are interested in buying some boots like this, you can click the link below and get yourself some fun and sexy tall boots for winter. These boots are great for wearing over skinny pants, leggings or even with a dress or skirt. They do not zip up, however, they are not too tight around the calves, so you can still pull them on easily without having a fight every time to want to wear them.
I actually have larger calves – or at least they are not skinny, so I don’t like boots that cut off the circulation to my legs. Or even those that leave indentations when I wear them for long periods of time. This weekend’s newsletter is going to feature some other great boots that you can buy for yourselves, so if you have not already signed up for that, please don’t forget to do that!
I don’t know about you but I am honestly really ready for the weekend – albeit that I am going to be planning and buying supplies for our Thanksgiving. I am also going to be thinking about holiday gifting and talking about some of my favorite things to do around the Holidays. We definitely have different traditions in England – one of which is that we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving (but I like to celebrate both England and American traditions, so I think I get the best of both worlds!)
Have a great weekend and as you head into the Holidays next week, don’t forget to contemplate all the things you have to be Thankful for, and enjoy times with your families…
Boots: Steve Madden