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We all know thigh-high boots can be tricky to wear and if paired a certain way… a little scandalous.

When wearing thigh-high boots, it’s all about balance. For example, pairing thigh-high’s with body hugging, or revealing clothing could be a little much for the day time. To keep cozy, and keep a good balance to the outfit, I wore this oversized, boyfriend-cardigan as a warm and snuggly dress! To show just a little bit of skin ( and to see I actually do have legs, and that my body isn’t just a uniboot under the cardigan/dress ), I un-buttoned the last button.

If you liked this look, let me know by liking, commenting, and sharing!

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What I’m Wearing

| Free People Boyfriend’s Embrace Cardigan | Lauren Ralph Lauren Stretch Turtleneck Top | Report “Gwyn” Boots | Coach sunglasses | Yoki layered fringe bag (no longer available) |

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12 thoughts on “Dressed”

  1. gorgeous! i love the thigh high boots, and i love how you wear your cardigan as a dress almost. i wish i could do that but it’s getting too cold in ny 😦 ❤

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  2. I must agree that over the knee boots can be tricky to pair. I love over the knee boots especially this time of the year. However I personally have a difficult time finding the perfect pair. Anyway I must say this outfit is perfect. The boyfriend-cardigan is the right combo of comfy and stylish. The handbag and sunglasses really complete the outfit. This outfit is something I would wear out for brunch with my girls. Overall I love your style! : )

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