My Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boots hold a special place in my closet because they were my first luxury purchase. I bought them pre-loved for a fall trip five Octobers ago, and I still bring them to the front of my wardrobe every year when the weather cools off.
Over the years, Stuart Weitzman has practically become synonymous with over-the-knee boots. They carry a variety of colors, heel heights, and silhouettes—the only catch is the price tag!
So today I’m sharing my honest Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boots review featuring my Stuart Weitzman Lowland boots. Keep reading for my thoughts on comfort, sizing, pros/cons, and to see Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boot outfit ideas.
Are the Stuart Weitzman Over-the-Knee Boots Worth It?
When I ordered my OTK boots, I wanted a classic style that would fit me like a glove and, most importantly, stay put. I have athletic calves and couldn’t get the slimming, sleek look I wanted with lower cost boots.
Here’s my review: Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boots are absolutely worth it if you want to wear OTK boots regularly in the fall and winter. They fit like they’re custom made, are comfortable and surprisingly warm, and the feel of the suede is luxurious and soft. They never slide down when worn over bottoms or bare skin. The design flatters and elongates the legs noticeably more than lower-cost alternatives.
I think Stuart Weitzman makes the best over-the-knee boot on the market. The quality is second to none, and I love my chocolate brown Lowland boots so much I’m considering investing in a black pair.
Stuart Weitzman OTK Boot Sizing
My Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boots run true to size. I’m normally a size 10 and have a fairly athletic lower body and wide feet. My size 10, medium-width Lowland boots fit me like a glove.
Stuart Weitzman offers half sizes in addition to three widths (narrow, medium, and wide). You may want to consider the narrow or wide versions if you’re petite/have thin calves or have an athletic lower body, respectively.
I recommend trying them on in person if you’re able or purchasing from a retailer with a flexible return policy, like Nordstrom.
Stuart Weitzman Shaft Fit
The shaft of Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boots runs narrow regardless of which width you purchase but not uncomfortably so. The stretchy suede material is meant to fit snug—this is what helps the boots stay put over a range of calf sizes.
I can wear my medium-width boots over jeans or bare legs and they stay up. They feel perfectly form-fitting, not uncomfortably tight.
Are Stuart Weitzman Over-the-Knee Boots Comfortable?
Yes, SW boots are as comfortable as they are sleek! I’ve walked several miles in mine without an issue. The footbed is lined in leather, and there’s a built-in cushion at the heel.
The interior of the shoe is lined with a satin-like material, so they’re easy to pull on. I get mine on and off by folding the shaft down to the foot of the boot, putting my feet in or out, then rolling the shaft up.
If you buy your boots new, the shaft may require a break-in period. I recommend wearing them around the house over denim to help them mold to your legs.
Do Stuart Weitzman Boots Slide Down?
No, the boots don’t budge as long as the ties are secured. The design of the shaft and the ties is essentially flawless!
I like to secure the adjustable ties in a know and then tie a bow for a little flourish. And they don’t stretch over time at all.
Where to Find Stuart Weitzman Boots on Sale
Stuart Weitzman occasionally holds sales at the end of the season.
Stuart Weitzman Over-the-Knee Boot Alternatives
I have yet to find an over-the-knee boot that holds its own as a Stuart Weitzman dupe. However, I do recommend Marc Fisher and Kelsi Dagger Brooklyn OTK boots if you want an OTK on a smaller budget—but just know the quality and fit will not compare.
How to Wear Stuart Weitzman Over-the-Knee Boots
I have a full blog post on how to wear OTK boots, but here are a few ways to style Stuart Weitzman OTK boots:
- With your favorite floral summer mini dress in early fall.
- With a plaid blazer, a mini skirt, and tights as the temperatures cool down.
- Layered over skinny jeans or leather leggings with a statement sweater.
- With a lightweight white sweater and white jeans in early spring.
Stuart Wetizman OTK Boot Product Details
Here are the key features and pros/cons of my Stuart Wetizman Lowland over-the-knee boots:
- Style: The Lowland boots are one of Stuart Weitzman’s most recognized styles. They’re an almond toe, stretch suede over-the-knee boot with leather ties for an adjustable fit. They have a low block heel and the shaft is lined with a satin-like material.
- Colors: Available in black suede, black leather, taupe, flannel, walnut brown, and camel.
- Fit: Available in half sizes and narrow, medium, and wide widths.
- Price: $798–$950
- Pros: Exceptional fit, comfortable, high-quality, stretchy fabric upper, versatile.
- Cons: Price.
- Care: Treat with suede protectant spray at least once per year and store in dust bag when not in use.
Stuart Weitzman OTK Boots
I hope this Stuart Weitzman Lowland over-the-knee boots review gave you all the information you need to make an informed decision!
OTK boots certainly aren’t for everyone, but if you love the style, you can’t go wrong with Stuart Weitzman. They are beautifully made and you’ll have them for years to come.
If you have any questions, feel free to drop a comment or send me a DM over on Instagram!