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11 Fashionable ways to wear knee-high boots

Ally Hirschlag is a producer/actor/writer who lives in Brooklyn, NY and buys way too many toys for her cats. She contributes to several publications, including Bustle, and The Nerve, and enjoys writing about all things woman. In her spar...

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Keep it lacy

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Keep it lacy

Pairing a darker boot with a flowing, lacy dress or top is a great transition look from summer to fall. 

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Shorts and boots

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Shorts and boots

Still holding onto that warmer weather feeling? Try wearing short shorts with brown knee-highs. 

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Boots with skirt

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Boots with skirt

Short skirts and knee-high boots go together like lemon and lime. 

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Boot socks

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Boot socks

Once temperatures start to dip, grab a pair of frilly knee-high socks for that boho edge. 

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Shirtdresses

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Shirtdresses

Shirtdresses were made for knee-high boots. Remember, bold patterns in the dress are key.

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With overalls

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With overalls

Who says shorteralls are only for the summertime? Pair them with boots and they're the perfect transition piece.

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Brightly colored

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Brightly colored

Don't be afraid to try a bright-colored boot, especially if the rest of your fall wardrobe is monochromatic. 

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Loud leggings

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Loud leggings

Patterned leggings with a muted boot take you from yoga to dinner and a movie!

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Rain boots

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Rain boots

Rain boots are for much more than inclimate weather. Their sleek shape looks great with most autumn outfits.

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Loose knits and tights

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Loose knits and tights

Opaque tights, knee-highs and a mini-skirt is the ultimate "fall in the city" look. 

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11 Ways to wear knee-high boots

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11 Ways to wear knee-high boots

There are more ways than you think to wear those knee-high boots, and we have the details. 

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