How to Style Heeled Combat Boots

How to Style Heeled Combat Boots

Heeled combat boots combine edginess with femininity, so they’re the best of both worlds. If you have a pair of heeled lace up boots and you aren’t sure how to style them, you’re not alone! We’ve put together some trendy styling tips so you can create cool, casual, and chic outfits with clothes you already own.

Method 1 of 10:
Tuck skinny jeans into your boots for an everyday outfit.

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This is an easy way to style your boots without a ton of effort. Throw on a pair of your favorite skinny jeans, then tuck the excess fabric into the top of your boots. [1] X Research source You can pair this look with almost anything! Add a structured jacket for a more chic look, or keep it simple with a band T-shirt or a crewneck. Tucking your jeans in works best with skinny jeans since there’s not a lot of extra fabric. This look isn’t great with bootcut or flare jeans.
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Method 2 of 10:
Stay comfortable with a pair of leggings.

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You don’t have to wear jeans every day! Put on a pair of black leggings and slide your heeled combat boots over them. [2] X Research source Black leggings look best with black combat boots. If you have brown or gray ones, experiment with colored or patterned leggings instead. Throw on a cozy sweater to stay warm or make your look a little more modern with a loose crop top.
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Method 3 of 10:
Pull your jeans over your boots for a streetwear look.

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If you want to stand out in a crowd, this look is for you. Put on a pair of straight legged or bootcut jeans, then pull your heeled combat boots on. Tuck the edge of your jeans over your boots for a cool, modern style. [3] X Research source If you have flare jeans, you could let them drape over your boots for a fun silhouette. Pair this look with a motorcycle jacket for some extra edge.
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Method 4 of 10:
Look feminine in a flowy skirt.

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Combat boots don’t always have to look rugged. Put on a midi or maxi skirt and pair it with your combat boots for a fun and flirty outfit. [4] X Research source Try a floral skirt to really play up your feminine side. Add a loose-fitting shirt on top and put on a cardigan if your arms get chilly.
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Method 5 of 10:
Try a modern style with frayed jeans.

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The frays hang perfectly over the boots to call attention to them. Throw on a pair of straight cut jeans without a hem, then pull on your heeled combat boots to complement your outfit. [5] X Research source Light wash denim looks great with black boots, while dark wash denim works well with brown or gray boots. You can find tons of jeans without hems at most retail stores, or you can cut the hems off your own jeans for a little DIY action. Pair this outfit with a turtleneck and a bomber jacket to look casual yet sophisticated.
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Method 6 of 10:
Show off your boots with wide legged cropped jeans.

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Your silhouette will look interesting and modern with these 2 pieces. Put on a pair of wide legged cropped jeans that hit just above your ankles. When you put on your heeled combat boots, they’ll cover up any exposed skin on your legs. [6] X Research source Add a cozy sweater on top to keep your arms warm during the fall. Draw attention to your waist in this outfit with a thick leather belt.
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Method 7 of 10:
Get fancy with a mini dress.

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You can take your boots out on the town in this look. Put on a dress that hits about mid-thigh, then add your combat boots for an edgy twist. [7] X Research source You can keep it simple with a solid-colored dress, or you can spice it up with an animal print. Grab a small handbag or a clutch to make this outfit pop. Accessorize with a few small necklaces and some flashy rings.
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Method 8 of 10:
Look chic in a midi dress.

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This is a cool and casual look that you can make fancy or dress down. Put on a midi dress that hits about mid-shin, then add your combat boots to show off a pop of skin. [8] X Research source Try a long sleeve midi dress when it’s cold out to keep your arms warm. Accessorize with a few simple chain necklaces and some dangly earrings to make this look a little more sophisticated.
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Method 9 of 10:
Use black sheer tights to cover up your legs.

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Add some edge to your combat boots while staying warm. If you’re wearing a dress or a skirt and it’s chilly out, put on a pair of black, sheer tights to match your combat boots. [9] X Research source Black tights go with almost any dress or skirt, and they add a nice masculine edge to floral pieces, too.
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Method 10 of 10:
Peek your socks out of your boots for a cute, cozy look.

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Fuzzy socks are like sweaters for your feet! Put on a pair of socks that poke out of the top of your boots, then wear them with tights and a skirt on a chilly winter’s day. [10] X Research source You can keep it simple with gray or black socks, or add a pop of color to your outfit with bold colors. Thick, puffy socks are also a great way to get your shoes to fit if they’re a little too big.
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Method 1 of 10:
Tuck skinny jeans into your boots for an everyday outfit.

1
This is an easy way to style your boots without a ton of effort. Throw on a pair of your favorite skinny jeans, then tuck the excess fabric into the top of your boots. [1] X Research source You can pair this look with almost anything! Add a structured jacket for a more chic look, or keep it simple with a band T-shirt or a crewneck. Tucking your jeans in works best with skinny jeans since there’s not a lot of extra fabric. This look isn’t great with bootcut or flare jeans.
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Method 2 of 10:
Stay comfortable with a pair of leggings.

1
You don’t have to wear jeans every day! Put on a pair of black leggings and slide your heeled combat boots over them. [2] X Research source Black leggings look best with black combat boots. If you have brown or gray ones, experiment with colored or patterned leggings instead. Throw on a cozy sweater to stay warm or make your look a little more modern with a loose crop top.
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Method 3 of 10:
Pull your jeans over your boots for a streetwear look.

1
If you want to stand out in a crowd, this look is for you. Put on a pair of straight legged or bootcut jeans, then pull your heeled combat boots on. Tuck the edge of your jeans over your boots for a cool, modern style. [3] X Research source If you have flare jeans, you could let them drape over your boots for a fun silhouette. Pair this look with a motorcycle jacket for some extra edge.
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Method 4 of 10:
Look feminine in a flowy skirt.

1
Combat boots don’t always have to look rugged. Put on a midi or maxi skirt and pair it with your combat boots for a fun and flirty outfit. [4] X Research source Try a floral skirt to really play up your feminine side. Add a loose-fitting shirt on top and put on a cardigan if your arms get chilly.
Advertisement

Method 5 of 10:
Try a modern style with frayed jeans.

1
The frays hang perfectly over the boots to call attention to them. Throw on a pair of straight cut jeans without a hem, then pull on your heeled combat boots to complement your outfit. [5] X Research source Light wash denim looks great with black boots, while dark wash denim works well with brown or gray boots. You can find tons of jeans without hems at most retail stores, or you can cut the hems off your own jeans for a little DIY action. Pair this outfit with a turtleneck and a bomber jacket to look casual yet sophisticated.
Advertisement

Method 6 of 10:
Show off your boots with wide legged cropped jeans.

1
Your silhouette will look interesting and modern with these 2 pieces. Put on a pair of wide legged cropped jeans that hit just above your ankles. When you put on your heeled combat boots, they’ll cover up any exposed skin on your legs. [6] X Research source Add a cozy sweater on top to keep your arms warm during the fall. Draw attention to your waist in this outfit with a thick leather belt.
Advertisement

Method 7 of 10:
Get fancy with a mini dress.

1
You can take your boots out on the town in this look. Put on a dress that hits about mid-thigh, then add your combat boots for an edgy twist. [7] X Research source You can keep it simple with a solid-colored dress, or you can spice it up with an animal print. Grab a small handbag or a clutch to make this outfit pop. Accessorize with a few small necklaces and some flashy rings.
Advertisement

Method 8 of 10:
Look chic in a midi dress.

1
This is a cool and casual look that you can make fancy or dress down. Put on a midi dress that hits about mid-shin, then add your combat boots to show off a pop of skin. [8] X Research source Try a long sleeve midi dress when it’s cold out to keep your arms warm. Accessorize with a few simple chain necklaces and some dangly earrings to make this look a little more sophisticated.
Advertisement

Method 9 of 10:
Use black sheer tights to cover up your legs.

1
Add some edge to your combat boots while staying warm. If you’re wearing a dress or a skirt and it’s chilly out, put on a pair of black, sheer tights to match your combat boots. [9] X Research source Black tights go with almost any dress or skirt, and they add a nice masculine edge to floral pieces, too.
Advertisement

Method 10 of 10:
Peek your socks out of your boots for a cute, cozy look.

1
Fuzzy socks are like sweaters for your feet! Put on a pair of socks that poke out of the top of your boots, then wear them with tights and a skirt on a chilly winter’s day. [10] X Research source You can keep it simple with gray or black socks, or add a pop of color to your outfit with bold colors. Thick, puffy socks are also a great way to get your shoes to fit if they’re a little too big.
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