Beauty and the Ladies Boots

Boots for the female beauty has been always for style and sex appeal than for functionality. Women’s boots are vastly different from the boots worn by men for the simple reason that women wear them more for their oomph factor than for any specific purpose. Women buy and wear boots for the hot couture than for the daily wear and they go in for strutting the sexy feminine factor in a boot rather than the utility factor. Ladies who buy this oh-so-hot footwear are:

* Corporate professionals with nine to five desk jobs
* Fashion divas and models
* Society and party ladies
* Musicians, singers and film stars

The two major attractions for the female boot lovers are the thigh high boots and the knee high boots.

1. The thigh high boots imply that these boots come up to the thighs, but there are kinkier variations of these boots that come right up to the lower hip area. Their length is variable, but they can be identified by the fact that these boots will be generally way above the knee. Their make and structure is mostly the same as the knee high boots, only that the materials used need to be more flexible to allow for the movement of the knee as that will be inside the boot too. The thigh high boots are used by women exclusively for fashion wear. Julia Roberts was probably the first woman to make these boots famous in the celebrity circuit with ‘Pretty Woman’.

2. The knee high boots will end somewhere below the kneecap and there are several ways of wearing them. Women might wear them on trousers like men’s cowboy boots, or they might wear them over a short skirt and stockings. They can be zipped, buckled, laced, braided or simply put on if they are a good enough fit. Common heel types that you can find on these shoes are the stilettos and the platform heels.

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