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Minidresses and Boots
This combination is one of the chicest around—you just have to get the proportions right. Here, four great pairings.
SHIFT & MOTORCYCLE BOOTS
This '60s-inspired silhouette needs to be matched with something harder-edged to keep it from feeling too cutely retro.
Wool "Tab" dress, $414, Milly New York, tobi.com
These are tough but really simple, so they won't overwhelm the dress.
Leather "Engineer 12R" boots, $198, The Frye Company, fryeboots.com
FLORAL DRESS & SEXY ANKLE BOOTS
Such a pretty, feminine style: It begs to be given a shot of sex appeal.
Silk/cotton dress, $328, Rebecca Taylor, pinkmascara.com
With a just-high-enough heel and a modern, to-the-ankle shape, these have a sultry, rocker-ish quality.
Leather "Aplegate" boots, $129.95, stevemadden.com
DROPWAIST DRESS & KNEE-HIGH BOOTS
Slouchy and a bit oversize, this piece requires sleek, polished boots to balance its casual mood.
Wool sweater dress, $568, Vanessa Bruno, shopbop.com
These are nicely fitted and super-slick, with a sliver of a wedge to give a subtle dose of height.
Patent leather "Matilde" boots, $695, Loeffler Randall, shopbop.com
SACK DRESS & MID-CALF BOOTS
This flowy satin number is so girly: Fitted boots will offset its flowiness, and earthy ones will temper its sweetness.
Viscose/cotton dress, $375, Mint Jodi Arnold, jodiarnoldnyc.com
Small strappy buckles up the leg give this perfectly snug pair a low-key, slightly rugged feel.
Leather "Latchh" boots, $139.95, stevemadden.com
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