Saturday, 21 August 2010

Buckles, Straps & Hardwear

There is so many footwear trends around this season and with the stores and websites slowly giving us a taste of there A/W stock I thought I would check out what new arrivals Spartoo have. I really want my footwear this season to have serious hardwear from buckles, straps to studs. The trend this season is also bare legs and socks are going to replace tights eekkk I hear you shout but I think I will embrace this trend the weather does not get that seriously cold until November anyway so we have a few months to rock this look. So here are my top five new arrivals from Spartoo.


Ankle Boot by Neosens Buckle Boots by Mosquitos

These boots are perfect with this seasons oversized knits and avaitor jackets teamed with chunky knit over the knee socks. See you can ditch tights and still be warm. The taupe colour will also tone well with this seasons must have colour camel.


Ankle Chain Boots by Vanili Knee High Boots by Neosens Fringe Boots by Buffalo
Take inspiration from Marni and wear sheer knee high hold ups with a knee high boot these boots by Neosens would be perfect. How amazing are those Buffalo fringe boots.

What A/W footwear trends are you going to rock and are you brave enough to go bare legged????


  1. I love the third pair Black!

    _| |_ ¤°.¸¸.•´¯`» Barbara .¸.•´¯

  2. Ooo, i'm liking the second pair most :)

  3. love the knee high boots by Neosens and the fringe ankle booties GORGEOUS!!! :D

  4. great shoes! I like the most is black with a gold clip:)

  5. I like a lot the last ankle boots

  6. The 1st with a broken denim jean
    The last one with a black legging

    thats what u must buy!


  7. Loooove the shoe boots at the end!

  8. Ankle Chain Boots by Vanili, Hell yes ;)

  9. You chose some lovely boots here. It's going to get warm where I stay, so I want some wedges, hopefully wooden ones. I also would like lots of strappy sandals.

    Embracing Style


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