2 Stylish Ways To Wear Ankle Booties

Fall booties –  with so many kinds out there, which ones do you buy and how do you style them? Let’s take a look at 2 of the most popular types and ideas for what to wear them with.

what to wear with moto boots

Biker Booties  

If you like an edge and have an inner rock and roll chick side to you then you’ll be right at home in a pair of moto booties. These boots are black, sturdy, no fuss and a little tough. They look especially great with skinny black jeans.

To balance the hard edge try a bit of color up top and some interesting bold jewelry. A little rough and tough with a touch of feminine nails the trend without looking like you are really a biker.

Here are some moto booties to give you the look:

what to wear with western booties

Western Booties

Western booties  have taken off like wildfire. They have  a laid back and easy-going feel that works especially well on weekends.  You can get them in leather or suede is very popular too.

These boots work were made for  denim or corduroy pants that are straight or boot cut. Keep the look casual with a simple top and unconstructed jacket in earthy colors.

A soft  brown bag with a fringe tassel works with the easy vibe. Some rustic jewelry finishes off this modern-day wild west look.

Here are a few western booties that look fab at any age.



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  1. Deb smith says:

    Love these boots but not sure how to wear them. Do you tuck your pants into them or wear boot cut on the outside? If you carry more weight in the top, how do you balance it out with skinny jeans tucked into boots? Pics would be fantastic!

    • Hi Deb, the key is to show off the entire bootie. (Don’t wear your pants long and untucked so they cover part of the bootie.) For skinny jeans and leggings tuck in. For straight leg or boyfriend jeans roll up and cuff so there is a hint of ankle showing between the cuff and bootie. Boot cut or flare jeans won’t work with a bootie. To balance up top choose a v-neck or scoop neck top to show off some skin and create a slimming line. Amy high neck top like a crew neck or turtleneck will only make you look heavier if you are already big up top. Hope that helps! Cheers, Deborah

  2. Janis Heppell says:

    I was very excited to see this post because booties are definitely on my wish list! I would like to see some examples of ways to wear them – bottom of the pants covering the top of the booties, rolled up pant hem, visible bootie socks, etc. I love some of the looks I’ve seen but, at 59, I don’t want to look like I’m trying to pass for 28.

  3. I find such enjoyment in your postings. It is so difficult to find stylish advice for us ladies over 40. I am a young at heart 53 year old who has always enjoyed fashion, yet as time went on….the fashion industry seemed to forget we existed! Thank you for sharing your sense of style and proving we still “wear it well”.

  4. Great long sleeved t shirts. Which ones do you recommend?

  5. Love the boots, but just don’t know if I’d be brave enough to wear them lol! Other problem is that NZ is such a casual culture dress-wise, that I tend to slide into the track suit every day type of uniform….

  6. Just found your blog and love it…I will be back.
    Now those last booties are amazing…xo

  7. Very cute! And I don’t wear heels any more so I’m glad there are so nice alternatives! I mentioned your blog on my post this morning! Wanted everyone to know about it and you sweet lady! ♥