1. Green Risky and Frisky Chelsea Ankle Boots // 2. Brown Abery Brogue Lace Up Leather Ankle Boots // 3. Black Wide Leg Fit Over The Knee Boots // 4. Black Acre Fringe Boots // 5. Red Bliss Chelsea Boots
BOOTS BABY. I adore boots and I would wear them all year round if I could, I like em big and I like em chunky (with the occasional fringe chucked in!). I was thrilled to discover Lyst, an online fashion retail store that partner up with a range of designers and stores from the likes of New Look to Burberry. It looks almost like a magazine, with constant inspiration, the option to follow brands and it's really easy to use and create 'lysts' to collect your favourite pieces. And yes, there are hundreds of boots! So let's get discussing before winter hits us straight in the face.
The colour. I KNOW. The dark green against the velvet is just down right dreamy and the razor tread is so grungy, I love it. I don't own any boots with a bold colour and now I need my hands on some, preferably identical to these please. At £35 I think they're quite affordable and would look pretty stunning this time of year.
I've always adored brogues and they just look so chic during Autumn and Winter months. The subtle brogue detail and the fringe effect work lovely together to create that all round feminine feel. And how can you go wrong with a tan boot anyway?
I think we all know by now that over the knee boots are a big trend right at the moment, but if I'm honest I think I'd look like a giraffe in them. Although you cannot argue that they are such a statement piece, I love the chunky sole (told you I liked chunkiness; oh Hannah you could have been a little more adventurous) and the material faux suede looks like it's just going to hug your legs and protect you from the harsh winter weather. How is it fair people look hot in these?
These little heels are simply beautiful. I never used to like fringe detailing but now I just want all the fringe in my face. They're elegant, classy and would be a perfect addition to that little black dress. Oh but why are you so expensive!
Of course I had to involve the classic Chelsea Boot. They're essential and always worth investing in (you can check out my Dune London Chelsea Boots in my latest Interview OOTD here). These are a beautiful burgundy colour and are so versatile with so may outfits, perfect for winter and at £45 that's not bad at all.
*This post is in collaboration wit Lyst and all views are my own.