Friday, October 29, 2010

6 ways to wear knee high boots

Pair a suit with boots to add edge to the business suit

Burberry Fall 2010

Military effect with a double breasted coat

Burberry Fall 2010

Dress them down with a warm coat and flirty dress

Burberry Fall 2010

Pair it with a cocktail dress

Alexander McQueen Fall 2010

Neutral Head to toe

Burberry Fall 2010

Boyfriend Blazer and leggings

Burberry Fall 2010

 "I was thinking of uniforms and cadet girls—but it all started when I looked at an aviator jacket in the archive. Then, as I started designing into it, I realized it could be as versatile as the trench—strong and sexy, masculine and feminine." -Christopher Bailey

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

The blog has moved!

Don't worry! I am still blogging but now it is directly from my web page.

Live Fabulously Styled,

Tannya Bernadette

Boot Personality

The Bootie: Makes soft colored dresses edgy and rolled up pants that much cooler

Coclico $428

Midcalf boot: This is bohemian chic and can dress down an outfit in a good way. Looks great with skinny jeans and a long sweater.

$26.99 @ Amazon

Under the knee: This style is always a classic and you will never go wrong.

Cynthia Vincent Boots @

Over the knee: Sexy all the time and should be worn with leggings, skinny jeans, or a mini skirt.

Check them out @ The Finerie on 1st Ave in Seattle


Wedge: This is a trendy but comfortable shoe. Good for walking and looking stylish at the same time.

$89.95 @ Nordstrom

Clean cut: This is a mix of classic and versatile. If you are on a budget and like to play it safe, the clean cut is the best to go from day to night.

$299 @ Sole Food in the University Village

Flat Boot: For the women that runs around all over the place.


$129 Steve by Steve Madden

Lace up: This is courageous, they are just coming off the runway and into stores. If you are a risk taker, try a lace up boot. I know a little extreme….but I had to share.

These are by Ralph Lauren

“Cinderella is proof that a pair of shoes can change your life.”–unknown author