The temperature has started to drop and the past few days have brought on scattered showers meaning it is officially time to break out the Hunter Boots again. While I wear these boots nearly year round, they are a regular from late September to early May when we get a lot of rain, snow and slush. Although they were a bit of a splurge, my Hunter boots have been one of my best purchases. I told myself when I bought them that they would be practical and I would wear them all the time. I mostly told myself that so I wouldn’t feel so bad about the purchase, but I really do wear them ALL the time.
When I first got them I assumed they would just be weekend wear and for super casual days but I soon realized I can wear them with almost anything. Not only do they go with nearly everything, but they are something that I can wear year round. Whether its rainy, snowy, slushy, or just a chillier day, they are a great addition to almost any outfit. So today I am sharing 3 ways to style Hunter Boots to help you get the most out of this iconic boot!
Traditional: Casual Rain WearObviously these boots are great for rainy days and this is probably the most common look I pair my Hunters with. Jeans, a simple shirt and a waterproof jacket like my Barbour Beadnell or a fun rain coat. Clearly I have a thing for striped shirts like I’m wearing above, but really any comfy tee or sweater under a rain coat is perfect for those wet and gloomy days. (Original posts here and here)
- Look 1: Jacket | Shirt | Jeans | Hunter Boots
- Look 2: Jacket (Similar) | Shirt | Jeans | Hunter Boots
Everyday Even on days when it isn’t exactly rainy out I will opt for a pair of Hunter Boots. It is super easy to take them from “rain boots” and transform them into a statement piece or wear them as every day boots. You can wear them in place of riding boots with a blouse/sweater or wear them to add a bit of fun and color to your outfit. Whether you are wearing a button down, sweater or a dressier blouse, they will work.
Dressed UpHunter Boots don’t have to be paired with super casual outfits. I often wear mine slightly dressed up, especially for work on rainy or snowy days. In the winter I love pairing them with a casual dress or wool skirt and sweater. It is a great way to remain dressy and “winter weather ready”. As it warms up a bit, but still remains rainy out, they can also go with a light weight spring skirt or dress. (See the original post here)
While these boots are a classic for rainy days they are so much more than just rain boots. I get so much use out of mine and love that they can go with most of my wardrobe. They have become a regular for me and well worth investing in!
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