The Gucci Horsebit ankle boot and other shoe styles that sound boring, but are just a classic

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As seen worn by Emilie. T (but also favorite to Pernille Teisbaek and Lucy Williams): Gucci re-imagines the signature ‘Sylke’ loafers as ankle boots this season, maintaining classic details while maximizing their suitability for wintery conditions. Made from chocolate suede, they’re topped with the iconic horsebit and have rubber, lugged soles that provide plenty of traction and durability.
+ also available in black smooth leather at GUCCI.COM
* Combining the stylistic elements of boots and moccasins, this black leather ankle boot features a lightweight rubber lug sole paired with an elegant silhouette. The signature Horsebit hardware elevates the style, adding a sophisticated element to an everyday design.
(Photo via @emilie_tla)

Picking up on The Row suede platform boot…


Designed with the classic shape of the loafer, the Horsebit ankle boot bridges the past to the present. Defined by a slim silhouette, the boot pays homage to the House’s history, and is presented in brown suede.
(Photo via @emilie_tla)


Lucy Williams and the Gucci Horsebit ankle boot, also in brown suede.
(Photo via @lucywilliams02)


Elsa Hosk in the Helsa Chelsea boot in dark chocolate.
(Photo via @hoskelsa)


Sophie Smith in Arket suede loafers
* Suede loafers detailed with exposed stitching. A classic slip-on style for all occasions.
(Photo via @sophielsmith)


LAIA’S PICK: Khaité Alessio loafers.
* Khaite’s ‘Alessio’ loafers are a pair you’ll reach for time and time again. They’re crafted from smooth suede and have lapped seams for a clean finish. Wear yours with everything from dresses to tailoring.


LAIA’S PICK: The Ugg Classic Ultra mini suede boots in brown. Available at FARFETCH
* Leaders in practical and cosy footwear, UGG presents the Classic Ultra Mini boots in soft, neutral suede. They’re crafted to a slip-on silhouette with a logo patch at the back and a practical pull tab at the heel.

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