Whether they're leather or suede, flat-soled or with block heels, not only are thigh-high boots surprisingly wearable, but they're well on their way to becoming cold-weather wardrobe staples. Pull them on over skinny jeans or leggings, style them with a midi skirt that falls below the top of the boot, or allow a sliver of skin (or tights, come winter frost!) to peek out between your boot and a short hemline. Just in time for fall, find out our favorite ways to wear thigh-high boots, below.
To make your Canadian tuxedo winter-ready, swap the open-toe heels for knee high-boots. Bonus points if they feature Western-inspired elements.
Snakeskin adds texture to any outfit—statement boots like these just make it that much easier.
Breathe new life into that pencil skirt with suede boots. The contrasting fabrics will make it feel extra sophisticated.
A tall slouchy boot feels a little bit more laid-back than the average thigh-high. Style it with a slitted skirt so that it really stands out.
When in doubt, try monochromatic dressing. Start with a white boot, and match your layers and outerwear for an all-white look.