The amount of velvet footwear for sale is staggering. This is a guide to some of the best ones out there. First off, classic styles don’t date. I’ve had my blue velvet cowboy boots for about four or five years and love them as much as the first day they delivered.
My friend bought the above Dries Van Noten velvet boots which have almost sold out worldwide, but once scored I reckon they will last for years and justify the spend.
The below silver grey pair (insert scream face emoji) are from a curation based Instagram account. After staring at them for longer than I care to admit, I identified them as the Public Desire Elva boots (pre filtering). They are affordable enough to try so let me know if you try them. Plus this Dorothy Perkins pair are a similar vibe to wear with cropped denim and skirts.
The above silver pair are HERE
Here’s the guide starting with velvet boots:
3.1 Phillip Lim Kyoto boots
Topshop Arson charcoal western boots
Steve Madden Jacque boots (comes in black and grey velvet too)
Gianvito Rossi boots
Office Literally Teal boots
Topshop Moscow black boots
Kendall and Kylie Logan slip on pointy chelsea boots
Saint Laurent leopard boots
&Other Stories Navy boots – I have tried these on and they have a beautiful cut
Dorothy Perkins Ariana grey boots
Chloe western red boots
Kendall and Kylie Brooke purple boots – Dries Van Noten dupe from the first photo
Silver grey boots from above street style photo are HERE.
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The velvet shoes in different heel heights, shapes and price points:
JCrew Avery block heels
Sanayi313 Ragno embroidered slippers – wear with cropped skinnies or skirts
Saint Laurent Candy platforms – wear with long floaty dresses, skinny or straight cut denim
Prada bicolor platform sandals – these are stunning in person
Michael Michael KORS crystal embellished flats
Miu Miu ballet flats
JCrew Lena pumps – extra 25% off with code BESTDRESSED
Superga 2750 plimsolls
Nine West Xalan loafers
Sam Edelman Susie sandals in stunning sapphire blue
Zara navy loafers
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