Falling for FALL TRENDS at Lord's - what's in style and what's in store this season on South Granvile



left: Koolaburra "penny finish"

right: MJUS




Fall is always the time we get excited about cozy knits, wine-coloured lips, rich colours and textures, and of course – boots. This Fall is shaping up to be the boot-iest boot season of them all and we can’t wait to show them all to you. From the ankle to the knee, there is a pair (or pairs!) for every leg. Did you know we have an entire section of BOOTS FOR ATHLETIC CALVES!


(left: A.S98 style, right: David Tyler military comfort)

Boots this season are right on target with our favourite hot military trend – look for rugged construction, distressed textures and buckles galore.



(left: Fidji metallic lace up bootie, right: burnished copper finish polished calf)

Also topping the style charts are glimmering metallics, and this Fall’s boots let you take it from subtle, weathered gleam to all-out shine. We’re always looking for that ideal combination of performance, comfort, and style, and this season’s boots have all that and more.


(left: printed leathers from France Mode, Right: animal prints from Beautifeel)

We’re excited by features such as eye-catching details like textured leathers, sexy wraps, and a gorgeous palette of colours that go way beyond basic. Jacqueline is going to wear distressed metallic ankle boots in copper or pewter with jeans for a casual look, while Carly can’t wait to pair with tights, a skirt, and a chunky knit for a great date night outfit. Nicole is all about multi-toned and textured lace-up ankle boots with leggings and a long top. Monica is going all-out with tall side-zip boots with a touch of metallic straps to take her skinny jeans or wool dress to the next level on girls night out.



(left: tall boot from Fidji, right: sharp lace ups from Haspinitas) 



Whether the mood is casual or elegant, funky or subdued, there is a boot to suit it this season.




centre: A.S98 Italian style 

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