Would you wear knee high boots with this Hervé Léger Tayler bandage dress?

Herve Leger figure hugging lipstick red Tayler bandage dress 2047 dollars
Herve Leger figure hugging lipstick red Tayler bandage dress – Price $2,047

The dress is a lipstick red Hervé Léger Tayler bandage dress. It is, of course, not a dress designed for every body. Just ask Patrick Couderc, of MJH Fashion, an independent distributor of Herve Leger in London.

Back in August 2015, Mr. Couderc made some comments that basically boiled down to his saying that Herve Leger dresses aren’t for fat gals, busty gals, hippy gals, gals with boobs that hang 2 or more inches lower than normal due to their advanced age, lesbians, and girls who lack class.

Basically it seems as if he has an image of a Herve Leger girl that probably most of the ladies who own Herve Leger dresses don’t fit into; but we have a feeling he doesn’t object too much when the unworthy girls come with their $2,000 to buy a dress.

But let’s get back to the question at hand…

We were playing in photoshop creating a photographic composite of a model wearing the Hervé Léger Tayler bandage dress with knee high boots. Our model looks a little off scale, we know; but here’s what we came up with for an outfit that pairs the Hervé Léger Tayler bandage dress with knee high boots

clothing model wearing herve leger tayler bandage dress with black Jimmy Choo knee high boots and a Saint Laurent bag
Photoshop composite rendering of a model wearing a lipstick red Herve Leger Tayler bandage dress with black Jimmy Choo knee high boots

We think knee high boots with a Hervé Léger dress might not be such a crazy idea. It’s not something you see very often. And when you first hear it suggested it seems like it would look ridiculous; but we’re thinking some ladies might be able to pull it off.

Our photoshop model is wearing her Hervé Léger Tayler bandage dress with a pair of Jimmy Choo Giselle leather over-the-knee boots. She’s carrying a black Saint Laurent Classic Monogram suede shoulder bag.

For fun we added a Balenciaga leather jacket to the look and popped our model inside the lobby of the Sheraton Palace hotel (Sheraton Palace Hotel image courtesy of Pixabay.com)

Photoshop composite rendering of a model wearing a lipstick red Herve Leger Tayler bandage dress with black Jimmy Choo knee high boots - Bacground image of Sheraton Palace Hotel via Pixabay.com
Photoshop composite rendering of a model wearing a lipstick red Herve Leger Tayler bandage dress with black Jimmy Choo knee high boots – Bacground image of Sheraton Palace Hotel via Pixabay.com

So what do you think? Can a Herve Leger bandage dress be worn with knee high boots? If you owned a Hervé Léger Tayler bandage dress would you ever wear it with knee high boots?

What do you think of the outfit we’ve put together? Do you think the Jimmy Choo boots and the Balenciaga jacket work with the Hervé Léger dress? We’d love to know your thoughts. Please share in the comments below.

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