In the fall collections of the Spanish shoe brands Camper, Hispanitas, Wanda Panda, Bussola, Tony Pons and El Naturalista there are models of women's Chelsea boots. British classics take on a new look by changing proportions, new colors and adding interesting ornaments, writes Footwear News.
The Chelsea boot model is often associated with the British stars of the Beatles and the London style of the 60s. But this silhouette has been present in British culture since the Victorian era - even then Chelsea boots were worn by both men and women. The author of this shoe model is considered to be Queen Victoria's shoemaker Joseph Sparkes-Hall, who patented the Chelsea design in 1851. Chelsea wore shoes for both riding and walking.
Now this shoe model has become fashionable again. Girls wear chelsea with leggings and leatherny jeans, as well as with a short skirt and tight pantyhose with a pattern.
The Spanish brand Camper worked on the architecture of the model and offered perhaps the most daring futuristic version of Chelsea.
Hispanitas pulled the top of his Chelsea up a bit, embellishing the back of the boot with a subtle pattern.
Bussola and Tony Pons modernized the look of Chelsea by experimenting with the sole.
Wanda Panda has added a little shine to the stretch fabric of the cutouts. While El Naturalista decorated these pieces with suede inlays.
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