Boots for dancing across stages, blustery days to the office, an extra jazzy winter stroll, or all of the above:
Low enough to dance in, high enough for something a little different.
with a trademark boot. He dances, skips, and serenades the audience in the sort of boot that average boot wearers might hope will complement existing boot collections. They’re not a lug sole or a lace-up, not a knee-high or aflat. They’re that boot for blustery days to the office, cocktails, or an extra jazzy walking the dog situation. That is, they’re for every time you feel like a little bit more. And if he can perform nightly in a pair, then you can wear these Harry Styles-inspired boots often as you like.
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