How to wear wide calf riding boots
I remember wearing a pair of tall boots that dug into the back of my knees a couple of years back. I had to stop wearing them because they really bruised and hurt my legs. I recall thinking that if the boots had been wider at the calf, I would have really enjoyed wearing them. Check out these boots to avoid having problems like I did:
Masseys wide calf boots
I avoid boots that are too tall or too narrow in the calf. Or I look for boots that have elastic gussets that are easy to slip on and fit comfortably over my calves. Another alternative is to take them to a cobbler and get them stretched and add a couple of inches to the shafts of the boots. Check out Fergalicious Party Favor boots that are feisty and comfortable on the calves. Or try the women’s Sahalie Perfect Fit boots that give you a perfect fit from calf to toe and fits easily over different calf sizes.
Wear your wide calf riding boots with tattered edged miniskirts to make a stylish statement or wear them with flowing dresses. For a casual look, wear them with tight pants, narrow jeans or leggings. You can make your legs look longer by wearing your riding boots with matching tights.
Womens riding boots
Other women’s riding boots that are attractive are the UGG Jillian boots. They’re both comfortable and stylish. Metal embellishments and strap detailing on suede upper along with a full length zipper make these shoes stand out from others. They have a 16” boot circumference at opening and have moisture-wicking interiors. Coconuts Becky riding boots with leather uppers and adjustable buckles are gorgeous and always in vogue. With their 14½” calf circumference, the boots are versatile and go with most outfits.