Outfit | Old Céline Boots

16. December 2018

old celine boots outfit

Wearing: Céline Boots (find alternatives here, here, and here), Warehouse Teddy Coat (shop similar herehere, here, here, here, and here), Massimo Dutti Skirt (sold out, but shop similar styles herehere, here, and here), Zara Top (similar option here, here, and here), Etsy Bag (here, here, and here), and Le Specs Sunglasses

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Undoubtedly timeless, yet statement pieces, these old Céline boots are one of the best investments from Phoebe Philo’s last creations at the maison. I dare say they are historical footwear. That being said, this is not the reason why I bought them, but because I’ve been obsessed since the first time I saw them, just like with so many other pieces the iconic designer created.


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And what’s the best way to pair knee high boots this winter? With a midi wool skirt and a coat. I’ve also combined them with a teddy coat in a similar color for matchy-matchy vibes.

Wishing you all a great Sunday. x


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