There are a few things that you need to consider when choosing women’s boots. The one thing we often forget is ‘how do these womens boots fit into my wardrobe’. You might be wondering if there is something you can do to avoid purchasing footwear that clashes with your clothes - I mean it’s not like you are going to completely refresh your wardrobe for a single pair of boots.
It’s also a matter of value, the more outfits you can pair with your new boots the more useful those boots are to you. So the question that is still hanging in the air is ‘What colour of women’s boots goes with everything?’ I’m sorry for making it easier for you, there are alot of colours that pair wonderfully with other colours - but here are some tips to help you out.
Neutral Tones - The easy-going colours
In colour theory, neutral tones are not considered warm or cool colours. Because neutrals do not have a high contrast hue, they can be combined with numerous other colours. Beiges, light greys and tans are all part of this family and can be combined with other earth/neutral tones, lighter or darker colours. You can even go with women’s boots with a subtle tone and pattern, like the Dr. Martens in the picture above.
Black - The classic goes with everything
There’s a reason why certain fashion staples remain timeless and classic like the little black dress and the tuxedo - because nothing is more stunning than black. Another great benefit is the fact that black can usually be paired with almost any other colour on the spectrum. If you combine this with a design that can be dressed up or down - like the Chelsea women’s boot above - then you have just found the perfect pair.
Earth Tones - Warm and Inviting
Browns, tans and terracottas are also a family of colours that pair well with a large swath of hues. They are more inviting and warm, making them perfect day time, casual colours. Much like neutral colours because subtly, they can be combined with darker or lighter colours, just be careful not to combine a light earth tone with light clothes as it may make you seem pale.