Knee High Boots
This seasons must have are defs a pair of iKrush knee high boots. From flats to high heels in either faux leather or suede and if you want colour or embellishments we’ve got you covered. So many different styles you’ll be wanting to add more than one pair to the cart. Perf to match up with a cute jumper dress for a day out shopping with your girlfriends. Or match with a cute pair of shorts n slogan tee - sassy but cute. What you waiting for boo? Get scrolling and grab the latest trending knee highs before someone else rocks them first. Go get ‘em babe.
Knee High Boots
What are knee high boots?
Knee high boots are long boots that come up to the knee, although they may also be slightly longer or shorter than that. They’ve been in style since the 1960s and show no signs of going anywhere anytime soon. Choose a flat pair for casual looks, or go for full-on glam with heels that will dress up any outfit.
How should knee high boots fit?
This style should be comfortable, but the fit should be quite snug to keep them up. It can be quite tricky finding the perfect pair for you, as knee highs will fit differently depending on the size of your calves.
Consider going for a pair of knee highs that zip up or lace up. This will help you to get that perfect fit! Also make sure to wear them around the house to check the fit before you wear them outside. If you feel like they’re slipping down, then try wearing a different pair of tights or socks with them, as the material can help the boots to grip your skin and keep them where they should be.
What can you wear knee high boots with?
Dress your knee highs up or down and create a style that’s completely your own. Team a pair of flat knee highs with your favourite skinny jeans for a classic look. Go for black boots and black jeans for a sleek, sophisticated silhouette, or mix it up with a pop of colour. Buckles and animal prints can jazz up an otherwise plain look - perfect for adding a touch of spice to your casual daytime outfit.
For something a little different, wear your long boots with a floaty dress or skirt. However you choose to style them, we know you’re going to slay it.
Are knee high boots still in style 2021?
You better believe it! Over the knee boots aren’t going anywhere fast, and you’ll still be bang on trend rocking a pair of these sexy boots in 2021. This fashion-forward style looks great however you style it. Try wearing them with a floaty midi skirt for a fresh look that will help you to get more wear out of your summer skirts, especially when teamed with a cosy knit. You can never go wrong wearing knee highs with your favourite jeans for an effortless look that works just as well for brunching as it does for a big night out. Alternatively, flash a little leg and pair flat or heeled knee highs with a mini skirt or dress for flawless style that’s sure to turn heads.
Can short girls wear knee high boots?
These beautiful boots look stunning on everyone, regardless of height! One great way to create the illusion of super long legs is to ensure that you team your long boots with your favourite short shorts, thigh-skimming skirt or mini dress. This will elongate your legs and give you supermodel-esque confidence that you can rock knee highs just as much as tall gals!
Another good tactic for shorter girls is to choose a pair of knee high boots with a heel, rather than a completely flat pair. This will make your legs look super long and adds a dressy edge to your outfit, ideal for taking you from the office to the bar. Choosing to pair them with a high-waisted skirt or pair of trousers can also work wonders, magically lengthening your legs and giving you instant confidence.
Whatever you wear them with, know that short girls can totally rock long boots. So pick your perfect pair, whack on your favourite outfit, and get out there to strut your stuff!
What can I wear with knee high boots going out?
Your whole wardrobe is your oyster when it comes to pairing your knee highs with a cute outfit for going out. Go for over the knee boots with your favourite LBD and a crossbody bag for a stylish look that will never go out of fashion.
A little leather skirt teamed with long boots is a super sexy combo, which looks great balanced out with a cute top or floaty blouse for a night of sipping on cocktails with your best girls.
Play with layers for a fun look that will take you from a classy dinner to the club. Keep things streamlined on the bottom with your favourite skinnies tucked into high boots, topped with a puff sleeve blouse or peplum top to play with proportions. This looks incredible paired with a long coat - with the added bonus of keeping you warm whatever the weather!
Are knee high boots OK for work?
There’s no reason to avoid knee highs for work. Depending on how you style them, these boots can look seriously sophisticated, making you feel like a total boss in the office. Flat styles are perfect for work, and look great teamed with a pencil skirt or shift dress for a classy, office-appropriate look.
A jumper dress, particularly in a high neck or turtleneck style, paired with knee highs looks chic and classy for work. Either wear with opaque tights or pop on a pair of chunky knit tights for a super cosy, understated outfit. A classic blazer is also a great look for work - wear with a blouse or plain tshirt and a plaid skirt, as well as your knee high boots, for an outfit that’s both work-appropriate and seriously stylish.
How can I stretch my knee high boots at home?
You’ve found your perfect pair of knee high boots. They look great and make you feel amazing but - disaster! - they pinch slightly at the toes, or are too tight around your calves. Don’t worry though, there are ways around it and you can stretch your boots at home to get the perfect fit.
There are some handy tools you can use to make your boots fit better. Try a boot stretcher to stretch out the front, foot section of your boots, and a calf stretcher to make the calf section of the boots wider. You can also get shoe stretching liquids and sprays that will soften your boots, helping you to wear them in. Just spray on and wear the shoes out and about to help them adapt to your ideal width.