I am starting back this September with a post on Chelsea Boots. I have recently developed a rather strong desire to own a pair of chelsea boots. They are so cute and really practical at the same time (in this English wet weather they would be able to stand up to a rain storm or two!) I am planning on getting a pair some time soon, in time for the autumn weather to hit. I have only had a brief look around at what is available, but it looks like they might be a popular choice this year with a good few shops stocking a range of different styles for different price ranges.
Here are a few that caught my eye...
|This super cute pair are from Carvela, Kurt Geiger. They are the Sloane boot, and come in at £150. I love the deep red-plum colour and the detailing on them that you might find on a nice pair of mens brogues.|
|This one is by Dr.Martins, and its called the Kensington flora burgundy leather, and its priced at £110. Being Dr.Martins I am guessing that these would be pretty comfy and durable. I quite like the patent look to them, and the colour.|
|Another colourway here. These boots are from Kurt Geiger, the laurel boot, and these cost £220. I don't think I would buy them personally, as i'm not too keen on the gold panel, but its another example of some of the ones out there.|
|Trickers Silvia Navy Suede Chelsea Boots ASOS £340. These are the priciest pair that I have seen, and are quite an interesting take on the style. They combine all of the variations, in colour, material and shape.|
So, what do you think of chelsea boots?
Which pair was your favourite, and what shoes will you be wearing for autumn?
xox Niamh xox