I feel like a broken record when I say finding boots that are petite friendly is no joke! The struggle is definitely real. This is my third pair of Vince Camuto over the knee boots and I couldn’t be happier!
It’s not often you find a pair of boots that have the perfect shaft height and circumference. This explains why I get so excited when I come across a pair that fits! The shaft measures 21″ (great for petite gals) and has a 14.5″ circumference. This fits nicely on bare legs and you’re able to wear them with jeans or pants comfortably. In case you’re wondering, the shaft doesn’t go too far up the thigh. I’m just under 5′ and the height is perfect on me. My ideal shaft height for over the knee boots is 21″ so you can imagine how happy I was!
I put these bad boys to the test to see if they would actually stay up. I’m thrilled to report that they stay up! I didn’t even have to re-tie or adjust the strings in the back. If you’re looking for a lower heel, see my favorite taupe pair HERE and the most comfortable flat over the knee boots HERE.
I wore these for several hours and they are very comfortable. The heel measures 3.75″ but the block heel makes it easy to walk in. I love them and would highly recommend. Plus they are currently on major sale! Comes in three different colors (I have black microsuede). I love the wild mushroom color too – same shade as my fall time favorite Franell ankle booties (on sale).
Let’s talk about this Riley bubble lamb tote. If you’re looking for a nice quality leather work bag, this is amazing! I couldn’t believe how buttery soft the leather iss. It’s simple, chic with a bit of an edge. The size is great to carry tons of stuff and I’m so happy it has a top zipper to keep all your items safe.
It’s pretty evident that I love Vince Camuto. I’ve been a huge fan for years and they continue to impress me. Here are some of my favorites that I own and love:
I’m trying to buy items that will last for more than a season and these black boots are classics that you can wear year after year. 🙂
Thank you Vince Camuto for sponsoring this post.