Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Granny Boots

John Marine | 2:42 PM | |
Super vintage in style, granny boots are a chic alternative to ankle-length combat boots. These Victorian Era style boots have a modest heel and a lace-up design. They would be boots our grandmothers would wear, hence the Granny namesake. Despite the Granny name, you don't have to be very old to enjoy them. What I will do for this blog post is simply mention and showcase granny boots.

So what are granny boots like? Here is an example:

granny boots
^ from: www.amazon.com - Despite their namesake, you don't have to be very old to enjoy granny boots. The modest feminine heel height along with their lace-up appeal make granny boots every bit enticing.

Most of you know I'm not really into most lace-up shoes. So therefore, I can't say I would recommend granny boots if I were to put together an outfit for someone. What I WILL say is that these are not a bad pair of boots to recommend for those who want a fashionable pair of lace-up boots to compliment an outfit. Granny boots are more like boots for those who want a tough pair of boots, but nothing too edgy.

As far as outfits are concerned, I can easily see them paired nicely with certain mid-length dresses or maybe even some skinny jean outfits. I at least see granny boots as combat boots for the chic set. Only that your grandmother will probably not hate on you for wearing such chic boots as opposed to any super-tough boots.


Granny Boots Online.

I can help you if you want to get yourself some granny boots. So check this out:



Happy shopping!





This post is over. So what do you think?

Are you fond of granny boots? How would you style these boots?

Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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