You Can't Wear Boots in Spring
Boots typically are a winter accessory. They're warm, they protect your feet and legs from the elements, and they look fabulous with a skirt and tights. Most of us love our boots so much, we don't want to say goodbye to them once the snow starts melting. The good news is you really don't have to.
We do advise against wearing really wintry boots once winter is over. You should put away anything fur- or fleece-trimmed. Sweaty feet just aren't sexy. But go right ahead and wear your other boots in the spring -- maybe bare-legged with a fun sundress. Many designers are pairing ankle boots with shorter skirts this spring. And lastly, don't forget that wellies are always adorable and in style on rainy spring days.