Fall in love with TOKYO

August 01, 2018

Fall in love with TOKYO

Fall in love with Tokyo cherry blossoms

Inspired by Tokyo’s cherry blossoms, these beautiful blossom print ankle boots will steal your heart from Dusk til Dawn.

Available in black and neutral beige, they feature a stunning feminine floral print that is offset by striking origami-inspired architectural lines.

Tokyo blossom boots have a flirtatious peep cutout at the ankle and are sure to be a talking point wherever you go.

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Comfort has never been so stylish

With a supportive Cuban heel and gentle sloping arch, they are very gentle on your your feet. Ankle boots will add a contemporary and stylish touch to any outfit while being incredibly practical. Easy to style, they’re also wearable most of the year and are especially great for that confusing transitional weather between seasons.

 

How to wear TOKYO boots

With their striking floral print, the TOKYO collection are beautifully eye-catching. But they’re also incredibly easy to style. They come in plain black and beige and read like a neutral. This means they can be worn with almost any colour.

To wear with prints, look for bold geometric print clashes in complementary colourways.

 





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