The Styled 3 Ways Trends

The Styled 3 Ways: Bottega Veneta Boots

For this series, I’m taking a statement piece from my wardrobe and styling it 3 different ways to create 3 very different but cool outfits. I think we can all agree that this is a very simple premise; so there’s no need for me to go into any more detail.

The statement piece I’ve decided to focus on for this month are my Bottega Veneta chevron detailed leather boots. These boots are undoubtedly my favourite piece in my wardrobe right now; and honestly I never thought I’d see the day that I would wear combat-style, Doc Martin inspired heavy boots! I was always such a feminine girly girl in my twenties, that I’m kinda loving the bravery I’m displaying in my fashion taste lately.

And these boots are the epitome of that change in outlook. It must be something to do with being in my thirties now; either that or I’ve finally lost my marbles from being in social isolation, lol. I’m finding they’re actually quite versatile, with their own unique challenges in styling them correctly.

The benefits to them is they look amazing with skinny trousers, a dress and even a suit. The downside is that I’m 5 foot 3 and have hips and short legs.

So now that we know what we’re working with; let’s see the results.

Outfit 1

The first outfit is made up an old PrettyLittleThing heart-print tea dress, a Zara oversized blazer, a Celine alphabet necklace and a Chloé Nile Minaudière in plain black leather.

Outfit 2

Outfit two comprises of a Zara white bodysuit, Zara leggings, an old H&M trench coat and gold chain link necklace, a Bottega Veneta belt in French calf and a Christian Dior saddle bag in navy oblique canvas.

Outfit 3

The third outfit is made up of a H&M Trend pink ribbed knit, a turquoise matching suit from ASOS, the aformentioned H&M gold chain link necklace and an old Hermès Constance in pink Togo leather.

Shop the Looks:

Click on the images below for links to the items, or really good substitutes I found. Happy shopping! 🙂


Eight years in, and still killing this fashion game. Now a mother, wife, professional-by-day and part-time blogger in between, I still love blogging, producing fashion shoots and curating this blog.
My interests lie in producing high editorial-style content, shooting in grand and unique locations, make-up shoots and doing more studio shoots that really push the boundaries.
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