Over the knee boots are everywhere at the moment. Seriously. I have wanted to join the revolution for such a long time now, so when I was invited to select a pair of boots by Ted & Muffy at the Bath store relaunch, I knew that's what I had to choose (although I did toy with the idea of these beauties briefly)
If you haven't heard of Ted & Muffy already, let me introduce you. Ted & Muffy, formerly known as Duo, are a boutique shoe designer who has just launched their first Autumn/Winter collection. The brand is passionate about producing beautifully designed shoes which are great quality and give you the 'fairytale fit'. All their shoes come in a variety of foot and calf sizes so you can really find the perfect boot/shoe for you.
Being in marketing, I particularly love Ted & Muffy's new brand image and the black and white leaf design, which you can find all over their website and packaging, is just a dream. I'm also a fan of the AW15 collection promotion video which you can see below. The video follows the fairytale theme which the brand is going for and is simply beautiful.
Back to the outfit...I took my Althea boots out for a spin at the weekend for a spot of shopping. The first thing I have to comment on is the colour. I am obsessed with grey at the moment so of course I opted for the 'dove grey' version which is such a versatile colour whilst being something a little bit different to your everyday black/brown boot.
The next thing to say about them is that they are pretty darn comfortable. From the easy to walk in heel height to the high-low cut (making them so much easier to sit down in), these boots were made with comfort in mind making them easy to wear all day.
But what I really love about these boots is that you can wear them with a skirt as I did, or they are slouchy enough to wear over a pair of jeans without feeling restricted and unable to walk (yeah you know the feeling!). And they keep you nice and warm whilst still being able to wear pretty skirts and dresses #happydays! I'm sure these beauties will be cropping up lots on the blog this Autumn/Winter.