There are many ways to break in a new pair of leather boots, including wearing them at home, spraying them, taking them to a professional and stuffing them. New boots often need to be worn for several weeks before they a... More »

Stretch leather boots by walking around the house with the boots on, stuffing them when they're not in use, or putting them in the freezer with a bag of water inside. If those methods don't work, take the boots to a prof... More »

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To clean leather boots, stuff them with newspaper, brush off dirt, dab stains with diluted vinegar, wipe scuff marks with baking soda dissolved in water, and polish the boots. This 30-minute process requires newspaper, a... More »

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To clean a pair of leather Timberland boots, use a leather brush to gently wipe away excess dirt before wiping each boot with a leather cleaner. Use a soft cloth, mink oil and waterproofing spray for conditioning. More »

Frequent wear, timely oiling, getting wet and conditioning are the best ways to soften leather boots. It is a good idea to use multiple methods to soften boots, to speed up the process. More »

Break in new cowboy boots by spraying them liberally with boot stretcher spray. Then, insert a shoe stretcher, and adjust its length and width to apply gentle pressure to the leather. More »

Pair short ankle boots with a pair of skinny jeans in the same color. Short boots also pair well with short dresses and skirts. Avoid looking frumpy by wearing a dress or skirt above the knee with a flat boot. More »

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