As someone who leans towards androgynous style, I take a lot of inspiration from menswear and own a lot of tailored pieces and chunky boots. And this season, I have been obsessed with my Sigerson Morrison boots that you can probably recall from my Instagram. I’ve been looking for off-beat ways to style boots this season and finally found my fave combo: trousers tucked into knee high boots. If you’re looking for ways to revamp your boots for winter, scroll on for more combos below – and learn how to tuck pants into boots.
Joggers + Knee-High Boots
I love a good pair of joggers that can double as more formal trousers. Although jogger pants tend to be rather loose fitting within the leg, do not let that deter you from this look. Pairing black joggers with black boots creates an effect that looks streamlined and put together. All you need to do is add a structured blazer to finish it off. The two blend so seamlessly together, and almost looks like one element.
On the other hand, you can reverse the aforementioned look by opting for a pair of skinny jeans or pants with an opposing pair of slouchy boots. This creates a similar effect in which the two pieces infuse together to complete the look. If you prefer some more contrast, consider mixing and matching different colors and fabrications.
Trousers + Ankle Boots
To achieve the effortless “trousers-tucked-into-boots” look, you do not necessarily need to wear knee-high boots. This style also works with ankle boots as well. You can throw on some track pants or trousers and have just the bottom hem tucked away into the shoe.
Track Pants + Combat Boots
Lastly, this combination combines practicality with a street style aesthetic. When I am looking for something comfortable, yet stylish to run my errands, I love wearing track pants with my Dr. Marten combat boots. The finished result is incredibly effortless with a touch of badass femme fatale.
Which combo will you be trying next?
Blazer – Cut The Label (Similar style here)
Sunglasses – Krewe