As we step into the New Year, all we wish is for the right start. Hearts and minds filled with optimism, love, and, of course, high hopes of 2021 demanding shoes. Yeah! There is a collective desire to leave our homes. Walking graciously and taking firm steps towards the future. Let’s choose our pairs and allow the journey to begin.
Can you dare to think about winter without boots? No questions, they are the best allies for a winter wardrobe. Among all possibilities of styles, the ankle boots reign. Women’s legion lives throughout winter in a black pair, at least they used to. WFH days are not over; for the much-needed real face time connection, step in some of HULA’s best representatives of these lovelies. Pair your chosen ones with your trustful sweat pants.
|Saint Laurent||Sass & Bide||Balmain|
|Prada||Saint Laurent||Saint Laurent|
Or the “ugly” shoes won acceptance a long time ago and aren’t departing like 2020! It is their golden age and, in fact, it’s easy to fall in love with them when they are stylish and cozy at the same time. It couldn’t be more comfortable to lift your walks around town! Add to these cool options: Ribbed wool Sonya Rykiel pants, or a column Balenciaga dress.
|Sonia Rykiel||Loewe||Proenza Schouler|
Loafers are the slip-on rich in history and style. They are perfect shoes for a smooth transition, from having socks as the only footwear at home to the streets. The effortless touch to any outfit, just have them on with your jeans, dresses, long coats, and on…Whatever you choose, it will work with them!
|Gucci||Isabel Marant, Étoile||Frances Valentine|
KNEE LENGTH BOOTS
Yes, they are back! We saw past seasons over the knees and tight-high styles all around. But knee-length were long forgotten. Now, wear our favorite with skirts, dresses, or an oversized and structured cape and enjoy the extra warmth for your legs. And over your skinny jeans, it is an option as well.
|Diane Von Furstenberg||Bottega Veneta||Wolford|
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(Edited by Natalie Wong)