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3 WAYS TO WEAR

Give your chunky winter boots some <3

By Anna Heaton, 16 May 2017

Your chunky black ankle boots have been waiting in the wings for months, and now winter is coming, you can dig them out and start to think about 'fit options. It's just as well, then, that multi-hyphenate (that's communication designer/social media manager/PR consultant, blogger, to you) Nadja Ali speaks your language because hers aren't leaving her feet for nothing –and she's got three lots of outfit inspiration for you to pledge allegiance to...
Street style star Nadja Ali wearing crochet top, boyfriend jeans and Balenciaga boots | ASOS Fashion and Beauty Feed

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Hey crochet

Jeans and boots are hardly revolutionary, but balance out the autumn feel with a splash of colour and some seriously sunny fabrics (that's you, crochet). This lightweight knit singlet is bringing major happy vibes with the help of its BFF: the yellow bag. Boyfriend denim nails the slouchy thing and sunnies make it.
Street style star Nadja Ali wearing red sweatshirt, frilled mini skirt and Balenciaga boots | ASOS Fashion and Beauty Feed

Anything but basic

It's a true story that your boots will also look super cute with a mini skirt, case in point: this frilled one. Add a red sweatshirt to balance it out with the heavier footwear and a minimal necklace for cool points. Don your fail-safe boxy clutch for something fancy and you're autumn-brunching sorted.
Street style star Nadja Ali wearing cherry bomb T-shirt, eyelet trousers, Balenciaga boots and clutch bag | ASOS Fashion and Beauty Feed

Cherry picking

For a workwear feel, smarten up your boots with some eyelet-detail tailored trousers. Equal parts cool and serious, they'll look great with a slogan tee (tucked in to keep the vibe) and a duster jacket or longline blazer. Go for a slogan clutch to clash with the tee or if you prefer something less OTT, a plain one works, too.

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