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    December 13th, 2013Alanna NelsonDresses, Our Fashion Choice, Shoes

    Once upon a time, we wore dresses with boots to keep us warm. Fortunately, those days are gone. Boots are a fashion staple fall, winter or spring. From ankle to over the knee, casual, career or party dresses now have boot options. Just think of the opportunities with these 4 dresses:

    Shop PromGirl for casual blouson dresses

    Belted blouson dress available in many solid colors

    Style a blouson dress with boots for casual or work settings. Wear this dress with 3/4 length sleeves for three seasons (with four available colors, wear this dress often!). Boot choice is equally flexible. This could be the dress that shows off the boot! Taking clues from the narrow belt, a bit of a heel keeps this day to night dress from looking too clunky.

    Sleeveless career dresses - PromGirl

    Black and white sheath dress

    For the office, ankle boots are a trendy yet practical option. This sleeveless black and white dress looks sharp with the accented waistline darts and horizontal lines at the bodice and lower skirt. For cocktail receptions and nights out, this sheath dress looks equally at ease. Play off the “delicate but daring” balance when you choose a boot for this dress.

    Shop PromGirl for black dresses

    Black lace dress

    Pull up those over the knee boots and rock this black lace mini dress! This is a match made in fashion heaven. Heels are an option with this scoop back dress, but why not go dramatic?  Here’s your chance!

    Shop PromGirl for gray kimono dresses

    Grey striped kimono dress

    To finish, the dress that loves all boots: fashion forward kimono dress.  Who can resist a comfy knit dress that can be styled for almost any occasion? Ok, the grey stripes do keep it more casual, but this affordable dress looks great with any heel or boot height.  Go for it!

    So many dresses, and now, so many boots! They’re not just to keep you warm any more.

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