Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Here comes the rain and some Hunter Boots!



Before purchasing the infamous Hunter Boots I dreaded the rain. Now I actually look ahead to see when a chance of rain is in the forecast! I LOVE my Hunter Boots. I cannot say that enough. They are so comfortable and make the rain a little more enjoyable and fashionable.  I am currently having so much fun mixing these red ones with different items in my wardrobe. Today I paired them with this fun swing skirt from Old Navy. This skirt is great because it hits at the knee so it is perfect for work and was under $20!

 I also added my camel pull over sweater from J.Crew to pick up the leaves in the skirt ( I love match-matchy outfits). This sweater is great! I own it in 6 colors and wear them all the time! It is great for layering and adding a polished look to any outfit. The only draw back is that it is dry-clean only!! I have accidentally put this one through the wash, but I don't recommend it. To the top the outfit off, I added a winter white J.Crew vest and boot socks. I suggest adding boot socks with your Hunter Boots for extra insulation when wearing them during the winter season. Hope you enjoy today's outfit of the day! I can't wait to hear what you think & thank you for your support in helping me build and develop my blog!


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The complete look!


7 comments:

  1. Wow! Great outfit, loving the boots!

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  2. I see a red Valentino looking good with those boots! ����

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  3. Thank you so much for your support!

    And yes, I can't WAIT to style the Valentino with them & more on the blog!!

    XO

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  4. A key accomplice to have amid the rainy season is a couple of downpour boots. This is something that everybody needs to stay dry and shielded from the unforgiving climate conditions. Before, these sorts of boots were entirely fundamental and accessible in just black.

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  5. I like the boots. They look very pretty and very capable of keeping my wife’s feet dry in backcountry when hunting small game. I will look them up and buy a pair for my wife. See more on rain gear: http://survival-mastery.com/skills/scouting/best-hunting-rain-gear.html

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