Closet Fix: Knee high boot   
Showing posts with label Knee high boot. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Knee high boot. Show all posts

Friday, November 15, 2013


The chunky turtleneck sweater is a modern day testament to the fact that personal style can be both fashionable and practical.
As one who often throws caution to the wind embracing the impractical and ridiculous all in the name of fashion, it's refreshing to have a Closet staple that pulls double duty and appease my sensibilities. 
Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy your day<3 
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Skirt: ASOS (similar one herehereherehere, & here)
Jacket: F21 (similar one hereherehereherehere, & here)
Sweater: F21 (similar one herehereherehere, & here
Boots: Zara (similar one hereherehere, & here)

Monday, October 28, 2013


Although there's a chill in the air, it's still warm enough to pair skirts and boots without the fear of freezing your stems off.
These wedge knee-high boots balance the shorter hemline all while offering enough coverage for a warm comfortable day out.
Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy your day<3 
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Boots: Zara (similar one herehereherehereherehere, & here)
Skirt: F21 (similar one herehereherehereherehere)
Sweatshirt: F21 (similar one herehere, here, & here)

Friday, October 18, 2013


As the temperatures drop finding ways to stave off the chill without crossing the line into frumpy territory can be challenging.
Yet, the midi skirt that has been around for ages is the perfect fix as it offers full coverage all while allowing you to maintain your chic. 
Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy your day<3 
**Be sure to follow my Instagram @ClosetFix and Facebook Page for additional views of this look and the latest updates.
Skirt: ASOS (similar one here, herehereherehere, & here)
Shirt: Forever21 (similar one here & here)
Bag: H&M (similar one herehere, & here)
Boots: Steve Madden (similar one herehere, & here)

Friday, March 15, 2013


I'm pretty sure this may have been the only time all season where  sweaty coochie be damned I wore tights. 
During New York Fashion Week (NYFW) I had to travel all over the City to attend various runway shows and needless to say, the notion of freezing my exposed arse off did not appeal to me.  
I'm pretty sure that tending to a frozen vagina would've distracted from the goings on on the runway so, I covered up to thwart the deep freeze.
Surprisingly, the sweaty scenario that I anticipated didn't come to fruition and I managed to stay warm and dry. Thank God for tiny miracles.
Have a great weekend! Thanks for dropping by<3
**Check out my Instagram @ClosetFix to see different pictures of this outfit and images from the event.
Jacket: DIY (similar one hereherehere, & here)
Dress: TS (similar one hereherehere, & here)
Boots: Zara (similar one here
Bag: Forever21 (similar one here
Necklace: DIY (similar one hereherehere, & here)

Wednesday, March 6, 2013


Making it through New York Fashion Week(NYFW) primarily on a steady diet of the less than appetizing Fiber One bars that they ply you with at Lincoln Center is nothing short of a miracle.    
I mean between the long days and late nights it's beyond comprehension that I didn't drop dead from malnutrition or sheer exhaustion by the end of the entire whirlwind event. 
Sure the readily available beer I drank most days on an empty stomach took the edge off and distracted me from the pain emanating from my tired feet. 
But, believe me, as the libations wore off, I was always reminded that the pulsing sensation was in fact coming from my limbs which had not rested in days.  
So, needless to say, despite needing a shot of adrenaline by the end of NYFW, I had no qualms about putting on this mini and partying to celebrate surviving without a stint in the hospital. 
Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy your day<3 
Skirt: H&M (similar one hereherehere, & here)
Graphic T-shirt: Forever21 (similar one herehereherehere,& here
Necklace: DIY (similar one herehereherehere, & here)
Boots: Zara (similar one herehere, & here
Clutch: Forever21 (similar one here) 

Friday, February 22, 2013


The transformative powers of the knee high boot is undeniable. Just hitting right below the knee, this chic cold weather option is fantastic with a dress or over a pair of jeans, like here and here. Knee high boots can be found in a wide array of styles, ranging from flats to wedge heels. The plethora of options are guaranteed to appeal to your personal style all while adding a sleek and polished edge to your look. This Closet staple perfectly compliments any outfit, thus providing many options to achieve a Repeat Fix. Below are two different ways I styled my knee high boots.     
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Boots: Zara (similar one herehere, here, & here
Dress: Forever21 (similar one hereherehere, & here)
Shirt: H&M (similar one here)
Bag: Zara (similar one here)

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Boots: Zara (similar one herehere, here, & here)
Jacket: Forever21 (similar one herehere, & here)
Skinnies: Old Navy (similar one herehere, & here
Bag: Zara (similar one here)

Friday, January 25, 2013


 I can hardly believe that I was allowed into the same building let alone the same room as one of my style inspirations, June Ambrose. I mean, the insane amount of hours I've spent fixated on her work alone would at least denote a 500 feet restraining order and a taser just to be on the safe side.  
Thanks to Harlem Fashion Row who held an event featuring June Ambrose, I was able to breathe the same air as the style and fashion phenomenon all while hanging on to her ever word as if she was revealing the answers to the universe. 
While I still don't know where we come from, or why Michael Jackson only wore that one glove, I did find out that June Ambrose is amazing not only because of her tremendous eye for fashion, but her humility and grace is what truly makes her special in my eyes.  
There were no airs or pretentiousness as many in her position with all her accolades are prone to project to the chagrin of anybody unfortunate enough to be in their presence.
 Hell, even people with far less achievements walk around as if there's a very large stick wedged really far up their rectal cavity, which let's be honest would make even Mother Theresa, God rest her soul, a raging bitch, but I digress.   
Instead, June Ambrose couldn't have been nicer. She was so relatable and down to Earth even going far beyond what was expected of her to answer the questions of all her admires, as oppose to hightailing it off the stage the second her time was up. 
Such a great role model, as a lesser person would've thrown up the deuces and headed for the door. I'm so glad I was there to witness it, as I was inspired. 
Have a great weekend! Thanks for stopping by<3
Jacket: Forever21 (similar one hereherehere, & here)
Dress: TS (similar one herehereherehere,& here)
Wedge Boots: Zara (similar one herehere,& here)
Bag: Forever21 (similar one herehere, & here)

Friday, January 18, 2013


A very simple way to add life into a drab winter wardrobe is by including graphic sweaters. This playful Closet staple is a cool way to express yourself and add your unique personality into your outfit, like here and here. Graphic sweaters can be found in an array of colors with various images that are sure to appeal to your personal style. That's what's so great about these must have pieces! Graphic sweaters are so versatile, and when paired with complimentary pieces, they can be worn on a variety of occasions, thus allowing you to achieve your Repeat FixBelow are two different ways I styled my graphic sweater.   
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Sweater: Forever21 (similar one hereherehereherehere,&  here)
Jacket: Target (similar one herehere, & here)
Shirt: H&M (similar one here & here)
Skinnies: Old Navy (similar one here & here
Pumps: Milanoo (similar one here)
Bag: Zara (similar one here & here)

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Sweater: Forever21 (similar one hereherehere, & here)
Skinnies: Target (similar one herehere, & here)
Boots: Steve Madden (similar one here
Clutch: Target (similar one here)
Jacket: Macys (similar here

Friday, December 28, 2012


Barely a week into Winter and Mother Nature and that bastard coconspirator Old Man Winter are already disrespecting the streets with that wretched white shit, also known to those who don't have to shovel it as snow. 
And to think, I was bitching and moaning about how cold it was when I wore this little number to StyleCaster's State of the Style Summit in NYC in October. Now in hindsight, that 59 degree day seems balmy in comparison to this Artic ice box. 
At least that ratchet, insert expletive here, because there are so many that come to mind, especially if you're in the middle of the country, and you're getting your ass handed to you, figuratively speaking of course, because anything else would be disturbing at best and should involve law enforcement, but I digress. 
At least Mother Nature and her sidekick Old Man Winter could've worked up to blizzard conditions, because this ungrateful being who took for granted beautiful Fall days is not ready to deal with frigid temperatures, sideways wind, or those yellow ass patches of snow where Fluffy saw fit to express himself.
I'm not about that life, and I promise if those two knock it off, I'll savor the moments and enjoy the small things before they're gone. 
Have a great weekend! Thanks for stopping by<3 
**BTW, to see the crazy amout of snow that I got already check out my Instagram and follow me @ClosetFix 
Dress:H&M (similar one herehere, here, here, & here)
Boot: Zara (similar one herehere,& here)
Jacket: H&M (similar one here & here)
Bag: Zara (similar one here & here)

Wednesday, December 19, 2012


I've never been a big fan of wearing tights or stockings even in freezing ass weather that can easily make an eskimo regret his entire existence and pray for shelter.
I blame the whole wool tights under my jeans as a child situation where I'd be beyond warm and safe from the elements, but so God damn itchy I wanted to strip down to my skivvies, which would've been a totally inappropriate thing for an Elementary school kid to do.  
Sure my parents had the best of intentions as the Winter's in NYC can be brutal. So, of course as a parent you literally layered up your kid like their little lives depended on it.    
So, I survived unscathed, but I'm pretty certain to this day I suffer from PTSD. Something about being trapped and suffocating all the way to my death.   
It's not pretty, so no tights for me. 
Enjoy your day! Thanks for stopping by<3
Jacket: H&M (similar one hereherehere, & here)
Sweater: Forever21 (similar one herehere, here, & here)
Shorts: VeryJ (similar one herehere, & here)
Boots: Zara (similar one hereherehere, & here)
Bag: Zara (similar one here)