Thigh High Hil

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Boots: Aqua Pillar Shoes | Dress: Old Navy | Scarf: Burberry | Watch: Kate Spade NY | Sunnies: Karen Walker Eyewear (Borrowed through Shop Ditto)

I’ve found a pair of boots that “Wow!” and I love them. This is my first pair of thigh-highs, and I was surprisingly comfortable in them as soon as I put them on. Even paired with a relaxed-fit dress, I couldn’t help but feel a little sexy in them. That might be because all I can think of is Julia Roberts in Pretty Women when I think of thigh-highs, where she of course played a hooker lol. Luckily, the trend has come back in full force, with with modern updates of course. In my opinion, thigh-highs absolutely must be suede, or maybe soft-leather (as long as they aren’t heeled), otherwise they are just too much.

A Burberry scarf will also always add a touch of sophistication to any outfit when you need it! My mom got me this beauty for Christmas last year and I love it so much (but it’s silk and I’m afraid to ruin it so I rarely wear it haha).

Thanks for reading, everyone! P.S. try out Shop Ditto for a month free with code “BYHILARYROSE”. You get to borrow designer eyewear like the Karen Walkers I’m wearing in these photos, it’s pretty awesome!

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Photos by: Monique RDZ Photography

3 thoughts on “Thigh High Hil

  1. Those boots are gorgeous and I loved the way you’ve paired them with gray – it really makes the boots stand out. I also like that they have a nice, thick heel rather than a thin one because walking in snow with a tiny heel post would be trouble!

  2. I just found your blog and I love it! Those boots are gorgeous and I loved the way you’ve paired them with gray – it really makes the boots stand out. I also like that they have a nice, thick heel rather than a thin one because walking in snow with a tiny heel post would be trouble!

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