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The Edit: Transitional Boots

Boots are known as a winter wardrobe staple, but they can also be worn right through the year if you pick wisely. Whether it’s ankle or knee high, round or square toe, textured or tonal, we have a style to see you through 2020 and beyond.

Here’s what to wear on your feet now… and later.

Chunky Soles

Move over tottering stilettos and delicate, slimline soles - there's a new style making its presence felt. Chunky, heavy lug soles are the standout boot of the season and we can't wait to wear them.

From '90s style block silhouettes to wedge flatforms, soles are higher, heavier and chunkier than ever. Not only will you gain height and added comfort, chunky exaggerated soles are a year-round staple that can be worn season after season. Add them to flowy maxi dresses and chiffon minis in the summer and pair them with jeans and slouchy knits or a slim-fit black midi dress in the winter.

Parque Combining the popular utility feel with an exaggerated sole for added kerb appeal. Premium leather.

Provense Blazer, jeans, big-soled boots with more than a pinch of personality - your new-season outfit is complete.

New Textures and Tones

If chunky soles and utilitarian boots aren't high up on your style agenda, you'll be pleased to know there are plenty of alternatives.

Saffia Think elegant proportions, a slender silhouette rounded toe and wearable mid-block heel, this premium style is a must-have for your wardrobe. The refined black croc texture moves the reptile trend on a step further and will add a shot of sophistication to anything you pair it with.

Oregon Add height to your everyday edit with this versatile, block heel ankle boot. Wear this style for work with skirts and dresses or with slim-fit denim at the weekends.

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