The shoe most synonymous with Chanel might be its black-and-beige sandals, but this season, there’s another two-toned style to know. While Gabrielle Chanel never made boots for her collections, she wore them everywhere; whether she was going horse riding or for a stroll. (PS. She commissioned Massaro, the same atelier behind said sandals, to make them.)
The calfskin boots come with 65 mm-high heels and are priced at $2,880.
As a tribute, Virginie Viard designed black equestrian style leather boots that can be folded under the knee to reveal a brown cuff for Fall/Winter 2020. What to pair them with? Just about anything from skirt suits to evening gowns – they punctuated every one of the 72 looks on the runway.
The leather boots from Fall/Winter 2020 draw from the same easy elegance, effortlessly chic even when worn with monogrammed stockings.
Browse through the gallery below to see the many ways you can pull off this hero piece.
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