Styling Your Hunter Boots

January 17, 2012

in Celebrity Fashion, Hunter shoes

Rain boots are really in style now and are a perfect choice for rain, snow and even sunny days! If you’re looking to snag a pair, try Hunter rain boots. The Hunter brand is the biggest name in wellingtons and has been around for over 150 years. There are dozens of styles and colors to choose from and they can be worn so many ways. Short or tall, laced and bright, maybe even dark as night, see how your favorite celebs wear their Hunter boots.

Hilary Duff and Hunter Original Glossy

Though it seems to be a sunny day, Hilary Duff is spotted with sister Hailey in her Hunter boots. She pairs her boots with an oversized sweater, tights and tall socks. The outfit is mostly black with her socks and bag adding the only bits of color. She does brighten the look though, by wearing the Hunter Original Glossy. These shiny boots help add polish to any look. Take a tip from Hilary and let a cute pair of socks peek over the top of your Hunter boots.

Liv Tyler and Hunter Original

Don’t be green with envy, snag your own pair of Hunter Original boots. The classic style is available in nearly every color you can think of. Pick up a green, pink, purple or patterned pair at Jildorshoes.com! Actress and model Liv Tyler pairs her Hunter boots with tights, a printed mini dress and pretty peacoat. If you want to take a page from Liv’s shoe style playbook use your Hunter boots to add extra color to your outfit or consider pairing them with a feminine dress for a flirty yet practical look.

Debbie Ryan and Hunter Watling

If you’re looking for an edgier rain boot, consider the Hunter Watling. The nearly knee-high Hunter lace up boots are a fun, unique rain boot that adds flare to any look. If you want to look hip in your wellingtons, tuck in some gray acid wash denim, like Debbie does. The laced Hunter boots add a rocker vibeĀ  to a basic look and work well with Disney star Debbie Ryan’s simple style.

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