Sweater Dress With Boots: How to Wear The Fabulous Fall Look – Sozy


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Sweater Dress With Boots: How to Wear The Fabulous Fall Look

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For all those who are already dismayed at the idea of packing away their summer outfits in lieu of colder days, fear not. Fall is the perfect time for pulling out all those cozy sweater dresses and pairing them with your favorite boots. A sweater weather staple, you can choose from a snug-fitting sweater dress with knee-high boots for that sexy femme look or opt for the comfy oversized sweater dress with chunky boots to embrace that casual chic look with a razor-sharp edge.

No matter which long-sleeve outfit you're after, when paired with some cute booties and colorful tights, you'll be able to stay both comfy and fashionable in the cold weather this fall season.

This simple two-step look ticks all the boxes, carrying us from drizzly walks in the park to wine nights with friends. Here’s how to make the most of this swoon-worthy style and stay soft, cozy, and in style until spring…


How to Wear a Sweater Dress With Boots

One of the unwritten rules of wearing a sweaterdress with boots is keeping a little contrast in color and texture between the boots, tights, and sweater. Wearing this look with at least a slip of space between the hem of the dress and the top of the boots gives this cute outfit a sexy twist.

While there are no hard or fast rules on which boots should steer clear of which dress, there are a couple of tips that could help ease the look along.

But remember, in fashion rules are made to be broken! It’s all about experimenting and finding a style that works for you. The aim is to try and avoid a rumpled look by having the dress sit heavy over the boots. Instead, try and give the look room to breathe. After all, it’s absolutely OK to wear a dress with boots and keep it looking light – even in the midst of winter.