I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Mine was a little to chaotic for my liking, and I am looking forward to Friday already. I dealt with a break up over the weekend, and of course I feel like a villain in my own life story. The ex is a really great person, but I just didn't feel the spark that we once had in the relationship amongst other things. Although I am still feeling like the crappiest person walking this lovely green Earth, I think it was for the best.
On to fashion, because that's what you came to my little ol blog for right? I decided to dust off these over the knee boots (otk) today. They're from Steve Madden, and I got them in late January when while Steve Madden was having a half off clearance items. These babies are so intimidating. It has a 5in heel and a 1in platform! Boy oh boy was I flabbergasted when I ripped open the box. I racked my brain to create possible outfits to showcase them but I was at a loss.
The boots have a lot of sex appeal and I didn't want to over do it by pairing them with a "sexy" outfit. So unfortunately, because I am a punk when it comes to experimenting they've sat in my closet for months. The only time I pulled them out was on a snowy night when the ex and I went to the movies. The ground was snowy, icy and I was scared as I ventured out and kaplunk I slipped and fell to the ground! So you can understand why I have been so hesitant to show these boots to the world again.
I'm sure you are dying to know what gave me the courage to bring them out again? Ok, ok I'll tell you. I recently came upon fashion blogger Kasey, over at Style Me Kasey, and while stalking perusing her archives, I stumbled on her post about styling otk boots . So voila ladies and gents, here is my take on styling otk boots.
Is there anything that you would add or take off of this outfit?
Blazer: Urban Behavior; Shirt: H&M; Jeans: F21; Boots: A-Jenay by Steve Madden; Accessories: Various Stores