Spotlight on Delphine

January 29, 2015

The spotlight is on Delphine in Tan Leather today. The fashion world is talking about beautiful denim and 1970s glamour, both of which work so well with our Delphine boots, so we have put together three outfits which take inspiration from these emerging trends. This classic ankle boot is crafted from stunning tan leather or cool grey emboss suede and has a natural stacked heel; cut close to the ankle, it works perfectly with all types of jeans from skinnies to flares, as well as with dresses and skirts in summer. 

Embrace the 70s revival with this American Hustle-inspired outfit. These jeans are from MiH Jeans and are the ideal flare for giving your outfit a hint of 70s spirit. Wear flares with a bow tie blouse in a neutral tone and a gorgeous faux fur jacket - these ones are both from Mango. Wear big statement sunglasses to add that touch of glamour.


Recent brand and celebrity collaborations have also celebrated the 70s denim revival with some stunning retro cuts. Alexa Chung and AG Jeans created an irresistible denim based collection - our favourite piece is this Pixie-Lightsome denim dress, while Mulberry and Cara Delevigne have created a gorgeous line of well-crafted bags - this mini Cara Delevingne bag in oak natural leather has our hearts racing.  Offset these neutral tones with a metallic nail: we love this molten gold nail varnish colour from Essie, called ‘Jiggle high, Jiggle low’.


Keep the 70s vibes subtle with this simple everyday outfit that will take you seamlessly from day to night. Our Delphine ankle boots are ideal with tucked in skinny jeans and these Second Female ones with their patch detail will set you apart from the crowd. A plain black, long-sleeved top is a wardrobe essential which can be exciting if you use it well, so wear yours with your favourite long chained pendant, like this Serpentine pendant from Layana London. Top it all off with a taupe or tan patterned kimono such as this wool-blend kimono by Anna Sui.



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