Giving the Cold Weather the Vintage Boot


22554547_10155765788788050_555366925_nThe bittersweet turn of the seasons from the cheery spring and summer months into the heavier, dark days of fall and winter might have a certain vintage-loving gal or two down. For gone must be the delicate satin pumps or T-strap sandals that elegantly accentuated our floral dresses and breezy blouses. Fortunately, this only means that patterned tights, chunky knit sweaters draped with our grandmother’s pearls and perhaps a snug cloche are out for an incredible, crisp day full of pristine memories to be made for the cold.

We’ve listed the favorites for Fall/Winter ’17 that remain a essential part of outerwear that doesn’t have to feel trendy. For when it comes to vintage, classic is always in trend!

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Above: Perry Ellis vintage, $24

A fine but well-worn pair spotted in the West Village, NYC at Vintage Thrift West.

Rosie Double Buckle Boots, $210

No patience for lacing up? Pull yourself up by these easy straps and head out fearlessly into the snow like it’s a great storm in Chicago of ’44! Part of the decadent yet functional New Yorker collection  from Royal Vintage.

Photo Credit: Royal Vintage Shoes

BAIT Footwear Haku boots in Mustard, $78

Our personal favorite! A versatile color and perfect chunky heel make any frolic into fallen leaves or snow-bound strut feel even more enchanting for the winter wonderland we find ourselves in. Not to mention, zip-up sides save time on the laces!

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Wish Black Pointed Toe Booties, $51 

With a more modern twist mixing neoprene and leather, these couldn’t be a more edgy get-around pick for the modern sports maven like Jordan Baker.

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Still in search of your perfect pair? We wish you well on finding even more exciting choices that cater to your nostalgic tastes, and might we suggest starting here!




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