style   //   October 1, 2014


loeffler randall boots

If there’s one pair of footwear you need for fall, it’s a good pair of boots. While I love  my ankle booties and my black suede over-the-knee’s are perfect for nights on the town, the one I’ll turn to the most this season is this pair from Loeffler Randall. Why? Because they’re pretty much the perfect boot. Not only are they incredibly comfortable (a must when you’re wearing them as much as I do), but the equestrian style look is classic and the buttery, brown leather is one that only gets better with time. In other words,  I don’t have to worry about scuffs and scrapes on these. The everyday wear-and-tear only makes them look better. (How many pairs of shoes do you have that you can say that about?) They get this great patina to them that only looks good on boots with leather this beautiful. As someone that has been a proud owner of their brown and black Matilde style boots for over 5 years (after putting new rubber soles on them for the third time, my cobbler finally told me it was time for a new pair), I can vouch for the lasting quality of their boots. When looking online for a new pair of Matilde’s, I was excited to see this updated style called the Milou. It’s got the same round toe from the Matilde that I love, but instead of hitting a little below my knees, this pair zips right on over them. I love the brown pair so much, I’m thinking a black pair may be in order.

Now, for the really, really good news… Loeffler Randall is offering a special discount to Luella & June readers. From now through October 8th, you can get 15% off any your own pair of Milou boots. (I can promise you that these are boots are timeless. You’re going to love for many, many fall seasons.) Just enter the code JUNE at checkout. Quite a nice way to kick off October, don’t you think?

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Photos by Molly Miller


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