DuoBoots: Joiners Leather Riding Boots

Thursday 12 October 2017

Ah, Autumn. Last Sunday was surprisingly warm, so I stepped out wearing a just a light blazer and still felt overdressed. I'm not complaining because I've changed my mind and I don't think I'm 100% ready to embrace the rain and cold, just yet.

I've been meaning to feature this blazer on the blog for a few months after buying it from the The Bloggers Market in London earlier this year (thank you Kristabel). It was the perfect piece to style with my brand new black Joiners riding boots from DuoBoots. Aren't they awesome!? If you read my post earlier this week, you'll know that I recently attended their relaunch blog event in Bath and went home with these beauties from their AW17 collection.

Duo Boots Joiners

Jane Shilton Backpack
Bristol Style Blog
Duo Boots Autumn Winter 2017 Collection
Jacket: Warehouse (old) - Bag: Jane Shilton - Boots: Duo (c/o)

I tried on several pairs before deciding on these ones and I was mostly won over by the supple leather! Never have I ever tried on such a soft pair of knee high boots. They are positively dreamy. I always tend to go up a size in DuoBoots, so took an EU 40 with a calf width of 38cm. All of their boots come in multiple calf lengths so you can find your perfect fit. They're available such a wide selection of sizes... I can't imagine having a calf width of 30cm but it's truly wonderful they are so inclusive, after all, we come in different shapes and sizes.

Although some of their styles can be expensive, they really are investment pieces because they are so long-lasting. Designed in Frome, which is just down the road and made in Europe, they are crafted with meticulous attention to detail using materials of the highest quality. The only thing you need to be aware of is the lack of tread on these particular boots - running for the train in them would be a big no no! The soles are just like my Italian brogues so personally this doesn't bother me. I just love how elegant they are.

What's your Autumn shoe style? - T

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