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Trendspotting: Transitional Boots

Trendspotting: Transitional Boots
Boots, despite their connotations with autumnal dressing, have the potential to mix with our favourite summer pieces to create a hybrid wardrobe that will take you through the transition from summer to autumn. Keeping your toes warm is always a priority and, in a country like the UK where the weather is never guaranteed, you always want to be prepared. Giving up our favourite summer pieces until summer 2020 is daunting (and a little depressing), making use of the influx of new season boots is the best way to create a transitional outfit.
There are a variety of styles on offer: one of the big players for our hearts in new season footwear is the combat boot. The chunky, oversized style is making a play for style-of-the-season (the chunkier the better). Try juxtaposing a pair with a floaty summer dress, or opt for an off-duty look by coupling with denim cut-offs.
Animal print transcends seasons and styles, however, within the genre the popularity of each print waxes and wanes. Following on from SS19 snake print isn’t going anywhere, and this time it’s on your boots. Natural colour renditions of the print don’t necessarily apply and picking out the perfect pair of pink faux python boots might just prepare you for the season ahead.
  Snake Print Boots, Transitional Boots
High or low, a boot provides a comfortable alternative to a sneaker and adapts to your wardrobe in a similarly cross-pollinating way. Should you decide to navigate the realm of AW19 boots, we’re certain you won’t be underwhelmed by the life it injects into your end-of-summer wardrobe.

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