Post # 1
I just bought a pair of Minnetonka knee high fringe boots (which I adore!) and am unsure what to pair them with. Skinny jeans? Tights? Dresses? I have my eye on an Oaxacan embroidered dress but am not 100% sure that I like it paired with the boots. What do you think? I’m thinking I’d add a buckskin or Mexican embroidered belt/sash…?? Dunno.
Post # 4
@kitzy: That’s what I was afraid of. 🙁
Post # 5
I’m sorry but this one is a no.
Post # 6
If you are going for an all out “native american” look, yes it works with the dress… but does look costumey like kitzy stated. Personally, I would pair it with skinny jeans and a super cute sweater with a belt. If you want to pull the outfit together with the boots, maybe a belt with a turquoise buckle.
Post # 7
I think it’s too much with the boots. I’d stick with one funky thing per outfit… like pair the boots with skinny jeans and a t-shirt, or wear the oaxacan dress with something more subtle… I agree with kitzy that the 2 together look like an attempt at a costume. Separately, though, I love them.
Post # 8
A patterned skirt and a basic top would look really cute with your new boots! Or skinny jeans, a boyfriend tee and a really awesome scarf!
Post # 9
I’d say skinny jeans and a simple white blouse–something lacy or maybe a fitted peasant style. Nothing loud or with a big design or it would look like too much.
Post # 10
I love both pieces. But I’d have to see them on together… with skinny jeans and belted over the top… to see if indeed the whole thing is over the top… my sense for just seeing the pics is that it’s too much, but seeing it all together, you might just be able to pull it off. I like some of the other options mentioned – especially the skirt one and the scarf one…
How fun to play with these pieces!! Enjoy 🙂
Post # 11
Thanks ladies! What COULD I wear with the dress?
Post # 12
I’m sorry it’s a little too Pocahontas for me.
With statement boots like that I feel you need to pair with simpler clothing.
I think the dress would look super cute with a pair of those new “grecian” sandals!