How to Wear Ankle Boots with Curves – Lotus Teagan
When the lovely people over at Lotus offered me the chance to try some of their shoes, I obviously snapped them up. I decided to try something slightly outside of my comfort zone as I live in knee high boots in Winter and so I opted for these gorgeous ankle boots. They are called Teagan and are of such high quality for the £75 they retail at. The thing that impressed me most, was the comfort as I spend nearly all day on my feet (well except for when I’m blogging) and these have lovely padded insoles and a sensible stacked heel. They have a normal leather front and then a suede snakeskin effect back which makes them more original than most ankle boots out there. I also really liked to leather pull, on the zip which makes them a doodle to put on.
|Lotus Teagan Boots £75|
I figured it would be too easy to just put these on with some bootcut jeans, as all you would see was the front, so I decided to try a different approach. I love the looks I see on Pinterest with ankle boots paired with dresses, but as usual this is a look that works best on those with a slimmer frame. So I decided to adapt it slightly by matching the colour of the tights to the boots and skirt so that it slimmed my silhouette but still gave me a slightly more edgy look than usual. To be honest edgy would never be a word you would associate with my style, I play it safe every time.
Here I wore them with a Poncho, ribbed black skirt and tights. I would wear this outfit regularly as it is so comfy and versatile, I could wear this for most anything.
I then tried a more dressed up look. I have a on a Ted Baker coat that is several seasons old and was originally red, but I dyed it black. I promise I am wearing a skirt beneath the coat, contrary to photographic evidence.