Over-the-Knee Boots: Conservative or Bohemian?

Wearing over-the-knee boots, also referred to as musketeer boots, requires confidence and swagger.The two schools of thought on these boots is whether to go for the strictly equestrian, conservative type, or the loose fitting, "slouchy" style, favored by the bohemian set. Generally, these boots go well with all kinds of skirts and dresses, as well as tights, in the traditional equestrian style, but not with jeans, in my opinion.

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Musketeer Boot by C-Doux

Spanish shoe brands that I follow make the musketeer boot often enough, just like their competitors elsewhere. Every year, as I browse through their winter collections, I single out the models that I like best. This year it's an over-the-knee or "musketeer" boot by C-Doux, a Menorcan label that I really like for its refined and seductive design style. Great quality goes without saying when we are talking about shoes or boots made on the island of Menorca or in mainland Spain.

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Summer? Time To Think of Boots

Summer mood, the weather is great - who wants to even think of winter and cold weather? I don't, BUT.... right now is a good time to take advantage of great discounts being offered on last season's boots. As many fashion lovers know, there is nothing wrong with a) wearing last season b) getting bargains on designer boots. Here on this blog, I am, of course, talking Spanish brands.

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“Spanish Shoes Are Very Well Made”

I must confess that even though I buy these wonderful, often expensive shoes, I am somewhat lacking in the "taking care of them so that they stay pristine" department. Thankfully, here in Toronto, we have a shoe repair place called "Novelty Shoe Rebuilders Ltd". Their current shoe maker in-chief, Robert Perry, is a master of his craft and a super charismatic guy.

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