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How to: the Perfect Ankle Boots

Style Sep 28, 2011

This is for those of you who’ve emailed/commented wanting to know where you can get a pair of the  black ankle boots I always wear. You can see which boots I’m referring to here, here and here. Purchased from Mango two years ago, they’re pretty damn perfect – black suede, a V shaped dip at the front, low heel and pull on leather tabs. A definite wardrobe essential that go perfectly with  just about everything I own. Sadly my pair aren’t available anymore but I’ve compiled my top 9 ankle boots below so you can get amongst it.

1. Isabel Marant – Dicker Bottines – the original and the best.
2. Sam Edelman – Flat Suede Ankle Boot
3. Oasis – Fran Ankle Boot
4. Dolce Vita – Jamison Boot – I heart these (also available at OAK).
5. Bertie – Kai Lo Heel Ankle Boot
6.Topshop – Ambush Side Zip Ankle Boots
7. Ash – Jess Biss Curved Zip – these are perfection.
8. Topshop – acne pistol lookalikes!
9. Asos – Aggie Suede Pull on Boot
A tip if you’re not  overly confident with your pins – invest in ankle boots with a dip at the front (like the Ash ones above) for their leg lengthening and ankle shrinking properties. It. Works.
Tags Boots Instructionals Leather Perfecting My Wardrobe
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