Getting The Boot
Fur for all
Fashion trumps function almost every time. But once in a while we find a trend that covers all the bases. We all want that extra edge that everyone is looking for in their wardrobe, and there’s no better way to accessorize than with a fabulous pair of boots.
The fur Regina boot is a great blend of function and beauty. The cowhide outer boot is resistant to salt, sand, and the worst winter can throw at you. The boots” insulation and thick soles will keep your feet warm and dry après ski. Fur is chic, cozy, and everywhere this winter.
Traditional styles still abound as seen in the tall brown Vince Camuto boot. “I am loving classic silhouettes in boots this winter with a twist of new style, whether it’s in a fabulous buckle or gorgeous trim. You just can’t go wrong with a comfortable and stylish pair of boots, they’re timeless,” says boutique owner Ashley Austin.
A fixture in British culture, Hunter, the famous maker of the Wellington boot, is branching out. In addition to the rainbow of Original Tall Boots, spotted all over the streets of New York on rainy days, they have a plethora of new boot offerings, such as their Regent line. And the suede knee-high black Zipkin boot from Stuart Weisman is an updated classic straight from the runway.
Cowboy boots are back in style, too. Frye boots have been classics for decades, as appropriate on city streets as they are on country roads. This on-trend footwear is sure to kick-start your wardrobe this winter.
Philadelphia, Ardmore, and Greenville
Regina fur boots–available in
black and white, $275
Emu fur boots, $225
108 W. State Street
Kennett Square, Pa.
Vince Camuto riding boots, $210
3830 Kennett Pike, Greenville, Del.
Regent St James Hunter boots, $195
Stuart Weitzman boot in black, $635
Frye boots in brown, $335
3842 Kennett Pike, Greenville, Del.
Kashmere & Co scarf, $199