New Fashion 2013: Down by the Riverside- Leather and Denim in Boots: The Modern Sexy Women

Leather & Denim

Leather & Denim

This post was originally posted at FRS Daily Press

When I think of sexy women, I think of them in tight jeans with leather boots.  Whether they wear their boots with skinny jeans, the common look for five years now, or jeans over boot’s, it’s a very sexy combination.  It combines two sexy looks, denim and leather, the two sexiest looks in fashion right now.

The body type is an important component of the denim and boots look. I’m not a fan of the valley girl look, a tall, rail thin, blond who doesn’t eat full meals and is afraid of meat.  I’m also not a fan of obese women who look like they only eat meat and sweets and wouldn’t know exercise if they fell over it.  I’m attracted to healthy, well-built, women who eat full meals and keep themselves in shape.  I’m 6’5 and over 200 lbs.  I prefer women who are between 5’6 & 6’+ and well-built.

About a year and a half ago, I saw a YouTube video of a beautiful, tall, brunette with a sweet face walking by a riverside wearing a black leather jacket, tight, dark, washed, skinny, denim jeans and black, leather, stiletto boots.  I commented, at the time and still believe today, that her look was the perfect combination, like a cheeseburger and fries. The woman, apparently British, replied to me that she prefers fish and chips (ha ha) but she took my point. Whichever analogy you prefer, it works.

I prefer seeing women wearing calf high boots in tight jeans.  It looks sexy but the women look intelligent and productive, independent of their sex appeal.  Thigh high boots strike me as hooker boots. Women wearing them  look like they need their sex appeal to make a living.

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About Erik Schneider

Full-time blogger on a multiple ray of topics and subjects, because of multiple interests.
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