Choose your boots according to your morphology
They give style and adapt to all morphologies under conditions to crack for the right pair. How to choose the perfect model according to your morphology? We tell you everything.
Ideal in winter, boots are our best allies to be trendy while protecting you from the cold. We wear them with jeans, a midi skirt or a dress, because they mix with all styles. But not always easy to find your bearings among all the models. Follow our advice to find THE pair that will sublimate your legs while preserving your comfort.
I have wide calves
Avoid tight-fitting models, so as not to dick your legs. Opt for soft leather or suede flared boots that fall flat on the knee. Do not draw attention to your calves with boots too showy, too colorful or extravagant (with fringes, nails ...). Exit also short models, which will break the line of your leg and put your calves forward. Finally, know that there are specific boots for strong calves in some brands like Pedicure, Castaluna, or JJ Foot Wear ... Malin!
I have fine legs
Everything will go well! You can allow yourself a lot of fantasies, colors and shapes: ankle boots or bridle, which perfectly fit the calf, or wedge boots or heels. If you are tall and slender, prefer flat boots or small heels. By cons, we avoid the waders. If they are trends this season, they are not suitable past 50 years! Ditto for boots too flared in which you could swim.
I do not like my knees
No question of depriving yourself of this accessory so far! To camouflage this part of the body that you do not like, adopt midi skirts, flared dresses or wide pants (ankle length). Boots that come below the knee are not recommended, the right option: mid-calf boots that you choose to fringe to attract attention elsewhere!
I am little
Rush on the mid-calf models and preferably with heels to lengthen your legs. But avoid low boots, and models above the knees that would tend to pack your figure.
Thanks to Ludivine Mené, Market Manager at Pédiconfort.
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