Paula Style - - FOOTWEAR -

with stretch

The fa­mous Paula stretch boots have been miss­ing from the Paula Ryan Col­lec­tion for some years. Win­ter sees a re-launch of 10 great stretch styles sourced from an Ital­ian man­u­fac­turer. All light­weight and af­ford­able, they are the quin­tes­sen­tial op­tion for all weather. Easy care in a dense black, they are per­fect for travel, tak­ing up min­i­mum space. Each style car­ries an in­side zip to al­low for a snug fit.

6086 Lon­don Wedge

6082 Istanbul An­kle Boot

6081 Madrid An­kle Boot

1. Keep ev­ery­thing safe with a Black Leather Credit Card Keyring 5156. 2. Make a state­ment in this Black Leather Knot Neck­lace 5962. 3. Dyr­berg/ Kern Sculpt Ring. 4. Chan­nel la­dy­like in Black Leather and Suede Lock & Key Gloves 6093. 5. Dis­cover the lux­ury of a Black or French Navy Cash­mere Modal Sig­na­ture Scarf 5965. 6. Ac­ces­sorise your tote or add keys to the Nickel and Leather tas­selled Key Ring 3440.

Ina wardrobe where black, grey and clas­sic colour shades are dom­i­nant, the most worn pieces will be in black or tan touched in gold, nickel or sim­ply black metal. Study well dressed women, and you will see they wear belts as their jew­ellery of the waist or hips. Even a leather cum­mer­bund can speak vol­umes when cinch­ing in a tu­nic or a sim­ple chemise dress. If your booties need con­nect­ing to a dress style sim­ply wear a pair of woollen leg hug­gers to match your belt. A gen­er­ous sized win­ter tote finds its way into ev­ery woman’s wardrobe and gets an air­ing ev­ery day. Dress it up with a jew­elled key ring or an at­tach­able change purse, then slide on your lit­tle leather gloves and an or­ganic twisted leather neck­lace for pure Parisian chic. Take note; the fuller pant this sea­son works well with a nar­row belt worn slightly high waisted to cre­ate long legs and a smaller torso. The fash­ion draw­ing look! And as the last item to go over a coat, chan­nel French women who never leave the house in win­ter with­out a scarf, tied in a ca­sual easy but cosy fash­ion.

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