The Two Must Try Shoe Styles This Winter

April 6, 2018

I must say I was a little sad when the season began to change here in Cape Town, I mean who doesn’t want a 12 month long beach season, but the chiller evenings combined with oversized sweaters and red wine have definitely started convincing me that a change of season isn’t all bad but rather something to be welcomed and enjoyed. As a good friend of mine always reminds me “There’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad gear.”

Which brings me to the mention of my new footgear – the Baylith boots – black, slick and uber comfortable.  Forget the classic ankle boot, the true trend this fall is a pair of chunky and flat military-inspired boots. Think 80’s Berlin.

Paired perfectly with my favourite winter garment – an oversized mohair sweater (there’s nothing cosier) – a pair of cords and my new Thalia Strates sheep skin handbag strap. Even my bag gets to dress up this fall.

wearing: 
H&M Trend mohair sweater
AG jeans high waisted black cords
Call It Spring Baylith boots
Thalia Strates bucket bag with additional sheep skin strap
Urban Outfitters tinted aviators


Something that’s a little more transeasonal that I can never get enough of is a matching suit. This one I got for a steal when I was traveling through Barcelona last year. They the easiest clothing items to play around with. Dress em up with heels and a sexy lace bra underneath for a night out or keep it cool by playing around with layers – such as a logo tee (pictured below) or perhaps a turtle neck for a chilly evening out.

Flatforms – anyone tried them? I love the instant ‘jazz‘ they add to any look, think nineties Spice Girls. Despite their ugly undertones, flatforms are surprisingly versatile and of course, lend you a couple of extra inches which never hurt anyone.

Don’t trust me, take your cue from Gucci, Prada and Stella McCartney.

wearing:
IDEA Winona tee via Dover Street Market
El Corte Inglés suit 
Call It Spring flatforms
I Am Trend sunglasses
Galerie Lafayette beret
Lucy Williams x Missoma mini fang necklace


*Shot in collaboration with Call It Spring.  All views and opinions are my own.

Styling & Creative 
Emma Jane Menteath

Photography 
Justin Polkey 



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