What to Wear With Ankle Booties or Boots

Natalie Zea shows off her ankle booties at the 2011 Critics' Choice Awards.

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Boots are one of those winter weather staples that pretty much every woman has in her closet. Boots can be fun and incredibly cute if you know how to style them. From sexy thigh-high boots to trendy ankle booties, there are tons of fab boot options out there and even more fantastic things to wear them with.

Skirts

Skirts look great with booties. Try a feminine, flowing, floral print skirt with your ankle boots. It's an awesome way to mix a girly silhouette with a more structured shoe. Flat booties or ones with heels both work depending on how dressy you want to be. Finish off your look by adding a tailored jacket or a boyfriend blazer.

Dresses

Rough up your favorite tunic with a pair of boots. During the cooler months, slip on a pair of opaque tights or leggings to keep your legs warm. Booties also work with tunics and look adorably cute with dresses. From minis to maxis, any length dress looks a bit more trendy with a bootie so hit your closet and pick your favorite.

Booties and Socks

The next time you pair your booties with a dress and skirt, get a little trendy and add a pair of exposed socks. Take it back to your schoolgirl days with this look. Put your socks on over your tights or leggings, scrunch them slightly and slip your booties on over them.

With Jeans

Boots and jeans are a perfect pairing. Try your booties with boyfriend jeans that are rolled up slightly so you can show off your adorable footwear. If you've got a pair of higher boots, tuck your skinny jeans into them. Just make sure your jeans fit snuggly so they easily tuck into your boots and don't bunch up anywhere.

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