This fall’s most in-demand boots are anything but black

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Blanca Miró in the signature Ganni leather mid-calf Chelsea boots in leather, featuring super chunky ribbed rubber soles and toe caps in Flash Green. Available at MYTHERESA
* For those in search of a statement shoe, look no further than Ganni’s bright green leather Chelsea boots. They have a sturdy round-toe silhouette with rubber toe cap details, elastic panels, and front and back pull tabs in contrasting black. With their chunky rubber soles, they’re a real statement-maker in functional fashion – we suggest styling yours with leather pieces for urban-cool.
+ also available at FARFETCH
* In a two-tone construction, these chunky boots from GANNI reimagined the classic Chelsea style. A mainstay of the brand, they feature in a variety of lengths and colourways. This iteration displays a green and black palette with an ankle length.
(Photo via @blancamiro)

A very colorful style steal…


Trine Kjaer in the Bottega Veneta Puddle biodegradable rubber ankle boots in green. Available at BOTTEGAVENETA.COM
+ I’m also obsessed with the new Puddle Bomber, here worn by Janka Polliani.
(Photo via @trinekjaer_)


Nina Sandbech in the Emilie Sindlev x Bettina Vermillon Marie Vert boot.
(Photo via @ninasandbech)


Karoline Dall in the Emili Sindlev X Bettina Vermillon Josefine fluo green boot.
(Photo via @karodall)


Leonie Hanne is wearing the Paris Texas Holly crystal-embellished boots.
Available in topaz blue at FARFETCH
* Crafted in Italy from soft leather, these topaz blue Holly boots are covered in glistening crystals that evoke Paris Texas’ statement and unique aesthetic. Sitting atop a high stiletto heel, they boast a sharp pointed toe and are designed for a knee height.
+ in cerulean blue available at MYTHERESA
* These Holly knee-high boots from Paris Texas are made from cerulean-blue suede and coated in shimmering crystals. Designed exclusively for Mytheresa, they’re set on stiletto heels and have pointed toes.
(Photo via @leoniehanne)

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