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Boots und Stiefel mit Wide-Fit: Wir zeigen dir unsere Favorits

Ladies, times of grief, sorrow and shame are gone! Now, wide-fit boots are not only on offer at special-size shoe stores!

For a long time, it was rather difficult if not impossible for strong-legged women to find trendy boots and ankle boots. Many time you’d walk through the city all day and be repeatedly ashamed of not fitting boots with a normal width. At the end of an unsuccessful shopping day, you’d go home frustrated and without a pair of boots. You only need to turn on your computer and have a look around on the net to discover a wide range of stylish footwear for the cold season. And now, just live it up! Classic black or fawn, studded or buckled, small or big heels – anything goes!

 

The only reason why I wanted to be slim is over-the-knee-boots! To me, these are the shoes with the most sex-appeal. There’s good news for me: finally, one can find beautiful boots and over-the-knee-boots in XXL! Thank god, my curves are safe!

 

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And the best: wide width over-the-knee-boots are available! Boots that go over the knee especially suit women who like to wear a short dress but do not want to show too much of their legs. Very trendy for curvy women are black heeled over-knees: they let the legs appear longer and slimmer. But you could also wear these killer boots with a pair of jeans or a skirt. Give your fancy full scope!

Let’s see how long it will take you to re-boot(s) your shoe cabinet!

 

25 years old Stella Sieger is an actress and curvy model from Munich. She loves fashion and enjoys playing with her femininity. “No matter if slender, normal or curvy, we all can be fashionable and elegant!” As a guest writer, she wants to show you how beautiful both fashion for ‘normal’ sizes and fashion specially made for curvy women can look on a size 42/44. Let Stella inspire you!

Translation: Danielle De Bie