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Thigh High Boots!... Finally???!!

I was flipping through a magazine.. and I'm pretty sure ya'll know that September issues are huge in the magazine industry. There were tons of amazing advertisements, and tons of thigh-high boots here and there. And then.. I saw this one article, stating that OTK (Over-the-knee) boots were the trend from major designers this season. click here to see more pictures and a blog post or here

Sorry... my iphone is just asking for murder =/
it states "So long, ankle boots. Well, for the moment at least. All the biggies - Prada, Marc Jacobs, Hussein Chalayan - have gone OTK (over-the-knee). Sure they're bold and yes, killer gams are a prerequisite, but when they're paired with wintery mini, an oversized sweater and some attitude, they're surprisingly easy to pull off. Now Strut!"

I was like yay!!! finally?!!!!
Amuro Namie (who is one of my ultimate style icons) has been sporting thigh-high boots like forever, and finally major designers have started to bring it into fashion mainstream. :)

Since they started now, I'm sure it's going to take a year or two to hit the general public but ladies.. go get your thigh-high boots! :D They are really flattering and makes your legs look so long and slim~ I love them :)))

I've been hauling mine around for 2 years now, and I think I'm going to start wearing them starting this winter. *grins*
ugh.. LOL just a shot of excited me trying on my boots~
Sorry everything is black. That's my fashion LOL I barely wear colors.. especially in the winter.
and I don't usually wear baggy or oversized clothes, so here's my take on thigh high boots
(sorry no face :p I still have my glasses on + crazy bed head hair)

- Catalina -

** Just a side note. I am planning to go white water rafting.. has anyone tried that in the places up north - like Maine or PA? curious~ Don't want to go down too much though

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