Wow, you have many options for those boots.
They look like the Ugg brand.
Stuff you can wear with those.
All of these must be tucked in:
Leggings - with a longer top
Skinny Jeans - with any top (especially sweaters)
Boyfriend cut jeans (a looser fit) - tighter fitting top
Sweatpants (for a relaxed look, tucked in) - a snug fitting sweat pant, they would go well with layered t shirts
Mini skirts with playful leggings or tights - (the more crazy the tights design the better)
What you shouldn't wear with those boots (ever):
Loose sweat pants
Boot cut jeans outside covering the boot... Or any jeans covering the boot... All jeans must be tucked in.
You can wear dress shoes, formal shoes.
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I really don't wear them as I'm overweight and not a tight fitter. What I do abhor is males wearing them and sagging them (off their rear) on top of that!
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