FALL is upon us which means it is officially boot season.
And nothing screams cold weather wardrobe like knee-high boots.
Although kne- highs certainly add glam to an outfit, the problem with many pairs is that they constantly slide down our legs.
One woman, named Lina Noory, recently posted a video online with tips on how to prevent this fashion blunder.
Her first tip involved a shoelace.
She wrapped the shoelace around the boot directly above her knee to secure it in place. She then folded the top of the boot down to cover the lace and folded it again slightly upwards for a finishing touch.
“Hack two: I grab lingerie tape and put three or four around my thigh and secure it into place. Make sure not to use lotions or oils in the area.”
For her third hack, under the boots she wore knee-length dress socks that have a thicker top layer. She claimed that this difference in texture will hold the boot up.
She concluded with a final trick: “You can also cut the top of a pair of socks, put it on your knees and then put the boot over.”
While some users were quick to comment on the cleverness of these tips, others were more interested in where her adorable suede boots were from.
(Spoiler alert: they're from Zara's old collection.)
Noory is known online for her fashion sense, and many of her videos offer her followers styling tips and shopping hacks.
In another TikTok, she presented two different ways to wear a leather midi skirt.
“Ok so I’m obsessed with this skirt, it has suspenders. So I paired it with this satin white top, pearl earrings, and then added these patent leather pumps with my favorite Chanel bag,” she said.
“For look number two, I’m tucking in the straps and adding this cropped blazer, keeping the same earrings but adding this Dior clutch.”
The cropped blazer, white Dior clutch, and gold pumps that she wore for the second look created a funner appearance, while her first way of styling the skirt was more professional.
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