冬はマーティンのブーツを履くべきです

By roseluly3 at 2020-12-11 • 0 collector • 107 pageviews

最近は気温が下がり、ついに秋冬のホームコートにブーツが戻ってきました。


シスターマーティンブーツ、パイプブーツからナイトブーツまで、ブーツの多くの単一アイテムを共有しています...おそらく、ジメイはすでにブーツのペアを持っていますか?

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ただし、ブーツのマッチングも大きな問題です。ブーツは少なくとも脚の形状を変更して薄さを示すことができますが、短いブーツ、特に太い子牛とX / O字型の脚を持つブーツは少し厄介です。


最も一般的なコロケーションは、ショートブーツ+スカートにすぎません。ショートスカートは綺麗ですが冷たくて洋ナシの形には不向きです。ロングスカートは肉を覆って薄く見えますが、スタイルは少なく同じで、毎日疲れます。

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パンツとのペアリングはより暖かく快適で、選択肢はたくさんありますが、足の不自由なジメイにとっては、パンツのペアを選ぶことが特に重要です。

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小さな黒いズボンは間違いなく最もうるさいです。しっかりと包まれたバージョンは...洋ナシの形をした姿に残酷で、余分な脂肪と足の不均一な線を露出させます。



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2020-12-12   #1

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