December 26, 2014
MIA Shoes Style Guide to Knee-High Boots

Knee-high boots are a classic favorite for winter style. Between bundling up with coats, scarves and other cold weather pieces, its important to have knee-high boots that are trendy but will keep you warm throughout the winter. Who says you can’t be cool while being warm?

Check out our suggestions for knee-high boot style!

Ponchos are trending this winter. Since ponchos are often oversized, its best to choose a sleek boot with a sexy heel. Here you will see a poncho paired with a patterned skirt for contrast. Check out the MIA Anastasia, as a perfect addition to your poncho look!

Don’t think light colors work in the winter? Think again! Suede boots make soft colors perfect for winter outfits. Here you’ll see a simple long-sleeved snake print dress in a soft pink with a pair of gray suede knee-high boots. The suede boots add a winter warmth to the bright pink dress, making this winter weather appropriate. To complete your own soft-color winter outfit, try the MIA Aubree in taupe!

Simple black knee-high boots are easy to pair with almost anything. For an easy-going yet chic look from head to toe, go for a monochromatic look. Here, a black shift dress and black cropped-sleeve coat create a monochromatic look with a simple silhouette. Black knee-high boots complement the dress and coat combination for a sleek look. For extra warmth add a pair of woven or textured tights. For your own monochromatic look, start with the MIA Mollie!

This just in! The MIA Mollie, originally $79 is on sale for $40 through December 29! Get yours today for endless winter styling options!

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  1. Wear them for a few hours a day, every day for a week. Wear them when you’re going out, or around the house. Even just wactihng TV in them can help. After about a week, take a short run in them. Then wear them around the house for a day or two more. Then you should be good to go! Good luck!References : runner who had custom orthodics!

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