Shopping List: Ankle Boots

 

No winter wardrobe is complete without a great pair of ankle boots. A great companion for your dress, skirt, full-length or cropped pair of trousers or shorts, a good pair of ankle boots will serve you well whether your look is smart or casual, from day to night, or at work or play, proving to be a great everyday essential for your winter wardrobe. In addition to the classic black, brown and camel hues, this season sees ankle boots in a range of vibrant colours including red, cobalt blues, emerald greens and this season’s most sought after hue: burgundy. Intricate cut-out detail and embellishments including feathers, adorn some of the most coveted styles. Here is my selection of the best ankle boots for AW12/13. Which is/are your favourite pair(s)?

 

 

1) Gucci. 2) Rupert Sanderson. 3) Sergio Rossi. 4) Stella McCartney. 5) Christian Louboutin. 6) Jimmy Choo. 7) Nicholas Kirkwood. 8. Tabitha Simmons. 9) Casadei. 10) Fendi. 11) Givenchy. 12) Gianvito Rossi. 13) Jimmy Choo. 14) Alexander McQueen. 15) Pollini. 16) Gianmarco Lorenzi. 17) Nicholas Kirkwood. 18) 3.1 Phillip Lim. 19) Penelope Chilvers. 20) Topshop. 21) Sergio Rossi. 22) Tabitha Simmons. 23) Gucci. 24) Topshop. 25) Lanvin. 26) Chloé 27) Acne. 28) Casadei. 29) Acne. 30) Gianvito Rossi. 31) Gianvito Rossi. 32) Brian Atwood. 33) Cesare Paciotti. 34) Sergio Rossi. 35) Casadei. 36) Pierre Hardy. 37) Givenchy. 38) Giuseppe Zanotti. 39) Isabel Marant. 40) Valentino.

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