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5 Chic Ways To Style Go-Go Boots In 2021

5 Chic Ways To Style Go-Go Boots In 2021

Fashion trends from various eras are making a comeback and the go-go boots is one of the fashion pieces from the 60s making waves in 2021. As defined by André Courrèges in 1964, the original go-go boots were low-heeled, white, and mid-calf in height. This specific style has been referred to as the Courrèges boot. Over time, women’s go-go boot evolved to include knee-high, square-toed boots with block heels that were very popular in the 1960s and 1970s, and several variations including kitten heeled versions and an array of colors.

Just in time for fall, go-go boots have returned with some extra sass to suit contemporary times. The latest go-go boot styles range from mid-calf to knee-high beauties in the most trendy forms and it’s almost impossible to be a style girl this season without one of these in your wardrobe. Nevertheless, go-go boots are not relegated to the cooler weathers as beyond keeping you warm they also make a bold fashion statement.

It’s 2021 and everything is about going big or going home (look around you). That is to say that there’s no toning it down. Go-go boots come in a range of colors from silver to white, blue to green, which means they fit into nearly every occasion and season. However, if you’re trying to play it safe, wear neutral colors, but for the love of me, don’t conceal them under maxi flowy dresses or wide hemmed pants. They deserve better.

A neutral go-go boots style by Zovuyo Zoe

This season, consider the go-go boots as a major accessory to your outfits and watch them breathe new life to your entire ensemble. Additionally, these boots elongate your legs and we can all agree that’s a welcome plus every girl approves.

Check out 5 ways to slay the go-go boots in true 2021 fashion…

#1. With a bodycon dress

When in doubt, wear a bodycon dress to accentuate your frame, then vamp it up with go-go boots. This entire look is flattering and you’ll be so hot you’d threaten the entire existence of the colder seasons. Just be sure to carry a jacket or light coat along, incase the season decides to fight back.

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#2. With denim skirts

Denim is a tried and trusted outfit choice that has served women for hundreds of years. Jump into your go-go boots this season in your favorite denim––think: a midi denim skirt like designer Fisayo Longe’s or a mini one. For your choice of top, feel free to let your creativity run wild as there’s no wrong top to rock a denim with. Especially for fall, this is a super cool street-style look.

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#3. A sweater dress

Get uber-stylish in a modern sweater dress this fall. Or if you so wish to amp up your 60s fashion, opt for a vintage dress to pair with your boots. This is edgy in every way and everyone will be ringing you for style advice. Come to think of it, a little extra cash never hurt anyone. 

#4. A little black dress

Bring sexy back in a little black dress that communicates in more ways than one that you’re certainly a Rave-worthy style star. Plus when you pair them with go-go boots, they sync so perfectly you’d swear they were made for each other. Strut queen, you were born for this!

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#5. A blazer dress x Women’s Go-Go Boots 

A midi blazer dress is fire but when you throw on that belt and cinch that waist, it’s absolutely blazing hot. Don’t be afraid to play with colors when opting for this look. For example, pair a neutral toned blazer dress with colorful go-go boots and girl, you’re so ready.


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