A pair of purple knee high boots may not be an obvious choice for a versatile wardrobe addition, but it’s surprising how many colours and outfits they work with. Moshulu gave me the opportunity to choose a pair of boots and challenged me to style them with three different outfits. Initially, I considered a navy pair, but decided to choose something a little different instead. I decided upon The Mistletoe, (in purple), a leather knee high boot that is available in black and navy too (£170).
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Look One: Knee High Boots With A Velvet A-Line Tunic Dress
Velvet is a winter staple and is a texture no longer reserved for the evening. This teal velvet swing dress looks brilliant with the purple knee high boots. Lunch followed by a bit of shopping anyone?
Look Two: Knee High Boots With A Day Dress
I styled this khaki print dress with ankle boots and sheer tights last month. Swapping ankle boots for knee high boots is an easy way of making an outfit more suitable for cooler weather. My school uniform was purple and green, in much brighter shades than this combination, but it’s a pairing that works beautifully. Think Wimbledon!
Look Three: Knee High Boots With Jeans And A Sweater
This is such an easy look to pull together for every day. I no longer need to do a school run which this is ideal for, but I wear this and similar outfits on repeat for running other errands. It’s so easy to swap a lightweight jumper for something warmer and chunkier when the temperature dips further. And isn’t the purple infinitely more exciting than the navy would have been?
The knee high boots have an elasticated panel on the calf and a zip fastening. Buckle and stud design details give a nod to the equestrian. They are beautifully made and incredibly comfortable. And look at the lining!
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