There are plenty of reasons why these Victorian leather boots are one of Atitlan Leather's best sellers. For one, they are visually stunning with curves and stitches in all the right places. This footwear is perfect for enhancing any ensemble, any time, anyplace, and anywhere. For instance, a woman can wear them to work in a dress, to school in jeans, or even to a party in a skirt to complete her look.
The Victorian leather boots feature a classic, but forever modern brogue design. Because of their versatility, they are an excellent addition to any closet. Plus, these kicks are available in several lovely shades to accommodate your fashion needs such as...
Don't fret about not being able to find a comfy fit. The Victorian leather boots come in women's full and half sizes between 5 and 10. We highly recommend ordering 1/2 size smaller than your average shoe size.
Additionally, the units also come with laces. This feature is beneficial for a couple of different reasons. For one, the straps allow for a secure, snug fitting, which prevents the footwear from sliding up or down. Also, the Victorian leather boots can be laced in various ways for aesthetics. Go ahead, play around a little, and let your unique style flourish.
In today's world, it has become far too common for a person to buy a set of shoes, wear out the soles, and then, just toss them in the trash. The consumer can wind up paying a lot by having to purchase an entirely new pair of kicks again and again. These Victorian leather boots can get resoled at any cobbler. Hence, when the bottoms finally do start diminishing, you can let the professional do his or her job and keep them looking and feeling like new. Many folks hate having to ditch broken-in footwear for not much of a reason. So, avoid the situation by getting Victorian leather boots that can get upgraded as needed.
OUR BELTS RUN TYPICALLY TWO SIZES LARGER THAN YOUR PANT SIZE! So if you normally wear a pant size of 34 then a size 38 is what you probably want to order. The best way to check is to measure your waist where you wear the belt. The measurement in inches corresponds to the size of the belt.