August 22, 2016
We know Singapore may not be the best place to pull one of our all time favourite kicks out – boots – but nonetheless we couldn’t help but give in to rocking these beauties even on the hottest days. These boots aren’t just made for walking, they’re made for us to #slay in style. Nothing screams ‘confident’ as much as a pair of stellar knee-highs. Here we have the hottest boots of the season that will get everyone’s jaw dropping each time you amble by.
These Ariana-made-famous boots are making its way back into our hearts this season. We’ve seen Gigi and Kendall donning these on the streets multiple times, it’s no longer funny. We. Need. At. Least. One. Pair.
L – R: Gianvitto Rossi Suede Boots, $1,875; Stuart Weitzman Highland Stretch Boots , $758; Laurence Dacade Velvet Boots,$1,002.
We seem to spot more than a couple of romantic velvet block heels on the runway this fall. What exactly propels these velvets to total shoe stardom? Is it the regal quality they embody, or its close resemblance to its much-crazed-about sister – the furry shoe? Either way, we know it’s a fall must-have when we see celebrities braving the rain in order to pull these high-maintenance puppies off.
L – R: Daisy Street Pink Crushed Velvet Point Heeled Ankle Boots, $71.71; Gianvitto Rossi Velvet Boots, $1,025; MM6 Maison Margiela , $420.
Nothing can beat a stellar pair of statement boots. We recommend pairing these with solid-coloured cropped pants to really draw attention to these novelty boots. We believe in letting our shoes do the talking, and in this case, you’ll be letting your exuberant alter-ego out to party.
L – R: Laurence Dacade Embroidered Boots, $763; Kat Maconie Daphne Print Boots, $434.75; Anne Sophie Madsen x Farewell Boot, $469.95.
These streamlined kicks are a must have if you’re a fan of the long-leg illusion. The term thigh-hugging may come across intimidating, but stocking boots are not as uncomfortable as they appear to be. Invest in a pair of cashmere or suede ones and you’ll be good to go! We like to call these “gloves for your feet”.