Boots are a staple for me, I find they can be worn for the majority of occasions without a need for heels.
You can wear boots with a flat heel casually during the day and you can wear over the knee or high heeled ankle boots for a night out.
But can you wear boots during the warmer months? With the standard weather in Ireland during the summer being wet, your answer will probably be a definite "yes!"
It's also possible to wear them when the weather actually does heat up since there are so many styles to choose from.
Here is all you need to know:
Lighter colours for boots are great for summer as they really brighten your outfit up. Nude boots go great with a floral summer dress or shorts.
Nude shoes aren't a great colour for wet weather as you can really notice if they get dirty in any way. So why not pull them out of your wardrobe during spring and wear them all the way to September!
Open the toe
Open toed boots are a great compromise for anyone that loves both boots and sandals. They can be worn all year round but are best suited to the summer months. You still get the cool, edgy look of a boot but your feet won't overheat if the sun is out.
Plus you get to show off your summer pedicure!
Go for mesh boots
Mesh-effect boots are great for the summer. Similar to open-toed boots, you get all the look of boots but much more freedom.
These boots look especially great when styled with a black skirt and a band tee for an edgy, night time look.
There are so many ways you can bring this winter staple into summer. How will you wear your boots?