Must-Splurge: Christian Louboutin’s Mervillion 85 Leather Knee Boots And How To Wear Them

What is more perfect for Fall than a great leather knee-high boot? I am still on the hunt for the perfect pair. I do a lot of walking like so many other New York women and I need a style that is both stylish and durable, for all the pavement that my boots will surely pound.

Christian Louboutin makes the best shoes around. Though durable and beautiful, not all of his shoes are comfortable (which he even admitted), but I have found a pair that you will be able to wear day in and day out for Fall and Winter. The Mervillion 85 Leather Knee Boots are classics that you will have in your wardrobe forever. I believe in buying luxury for things you know that you will wear the most, as you want those cherished items to last forever and to be of the best quality. Most women would splurge on a pair of Louboutin pumps for a special occasion or nights out, but why not have a touch of his magic throughout the week as well? The simple buckle strap also gives an added detail of sophistication.

Here is how you can wear them right now:

I am an earring kind of woman and Citrine by the Stones’ Shield Earrings ($260) are one of the coolest pairs I have seen this season. You can never go wrong with an easy striped dress because you can dress it up, dress it down and layer to your heart’s content with it. Sacai Luck’s Cotton Cupro Dress ($345) is perfect to wear right now with Louboutin’s boots or with his dazzling pumps. Capes are the must-have silhouette for Fall, so capture the trend with Bird by Juicy Couture’s Hooded Leather Trimmed Wool Blend Cape ($430). I fell in love with RAVEN by Raven Kauffman Couture’s Everyday Exotic Handbags back in August. The Big Bertha Tote Bag with Faux Fur Trim ($450) is glamorous and will give your wardrobe a taste of the exotic, without breaking the bank.

Christian Louboutin’s Mervillion 85 Leather Knee Boots retail for $1495. Visit www.net-a-porter.com to purchase and www.christianlouboutin.com for more information.

 

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