Boots are often associated with the colder months of the year, but they can be a stylish and functional addition to your summer wardrobe as well. Unfortunately, there are some common misconceptions about wearing boots in the summer that prevent people from enjoying their versatility and comfort. In this blog post, we'll explore some of these misconceptions and debunk them so you can confidently wear your boots all year round.
Boots are too hot for summer: While it's true that some boots are designed for warmth, there are plenty of styles that are breathable and lightweight. Look for boots made from natural materials (cactus leather, canvas, organic cotton), which will allow your feet to breathe and stay cool.
Boots don't go with summer clothes: Boots can actually be a great complement to summer outfits. Try pairing ankle boots with a flowy sundress or shorts and a t-shirt for a casual, effortless look.
Boots are too bulky for summer packing: While boots do take up more space than sandals, they can still be a practical option for summer travel. Choose one or two versatile pairs that can be worn with multiple outfits, or, wear them on the plane to save space in your luggage.
Boots are only for certain occasions: Boots can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. For a casual daytime look, opt for flat ankle boots in a light color.
Boots are too expensive: While some high-end designer boots can be pricey, there are plenty of affordable options available. Look for sales and discounted styles. Alternatively, here at Dominic & Dempsey, we offer Imperfects, which are flawed items or like-new returns sold at a deep discount.
There are many misconceptions about wearing boots in the summer that can prevent people from enjoying their style and functionality. However, with the right styles, materials, and outfits, boots can be a versatile and comfortable addition to your child's summer wardrobe. Don't be afraid to experiment with different styles and combinations, and remember that there are affordable options available if you're on a budget.