In celebration of modern femininity and refined luxury, discover our go-to-guide of patent leather styles. This winter create your sophisticated looks with distinguished pieces by our artisan makers. Whether a pair of ankle boots, flats or mules our exclusive styles will elevate your look through the colder months.
Explore our exclusive edit on patent footwear.
Patent leather boots can add a different dimension to a number of ensembles. Lorena Paggi burgundy patent ankle boot reminds us we can still wear colour in winter and steer away from black. Wear your monochromatic trouser and a blazer to complete this look. Cristina by Conflict For Interest
are perfect for heavier fabrics and tweed, the two tone finish between the suede brown and patent toe will contrast brilliantly. Heavy tights are an essential for all females in winter, exposing the right footwear and heavy knitwear makes this outfit look effortless. We recommend our Conflict For Interest Maz
, A high shine patent leather in grey/black sitting on a comfortable vibram sole. Ideal for running errands or a night hitting the town. This is a must have in the AW22 collection
With a vivid exploration of various patent leather styles on offer, some are more appropriate for winter than others. There is one thing that remains the same whether its summer or winter, flats are our favourites. Break the rules of the standard women's flat
and accentuate your outfit with a patent number. Bottega 23 patent burgundy flat with a black buckle across the in step are simply stunning. Matching these are a breeze, loose leg trousers, evening gowns as well as your favourite skirts, this will ensure your outfit is vibrant and fun. If you often wear darker tones in winter, Bottega 23 black and white patent
pointy flats are unique and elegant. Match an array of tights, tweeds and cropped trousers to accentuate the point. Be re-assured all are leather lined, you being comfortable is our main priority.
Quirky heels can provide the perfect cold weather patent shoe. In black they can be a fun option for dresses and tights, while a two tone in grey will add a bit of colour on a cold wintery day. Mattia Capezzani mule is elegantly chic, it’s the thick sole that makes this style make us feel that little bit more feminine in winter. Evening ready is the Conflict For Interest Natasha
, a beautiful soft and subtle grey suede with a patent grey finish, the toe is pointy ensuring their evening ready. Buying handmade heels is essential, they ensure our feet don’t sweat and we stay comfortable, when purchasing styles that have synthetic and rubber our feet tend to sweat and can result in blisters. It’s important to invest in a good pair of patent heels; it will be the best decision you make.
Trending Highlight Pieces
Completing any ensemble with patent leather footwear will elevate any winter look. With a variety of trending styles on offer, ensuring you find the right style to effortlessly fit into your wardrobe has been made easy for you this season. With our not for the ordinary approach, AW22 is characterised by our highlight pieces, namely our Conflict For Interest Sarah
in patent red. A calf height ankle boot with contrast black laces and side zip entrance. The ever trending chunky sole unit again is a hit this winter, great for giving us a few extra inches.
Wear it with your tights, denim, skirts and your dresses. Highlight pieces are synonymous with Lorena Paggi
. A distinct patent lace up ankle boot featuring a folded leather band, split toe detailed seam and square toe. Wear them back with a loose leg culottes, plaid skirt or pair them back with a monochrome chocolate look. These highlight boots are also available in beige.
There are a number of ways to style patent pieces of artisan luxury. Whether it’s a pair of boots, flats or mules you’re after, we’ll help you find that exclusive pair. The time is now to invest in your winter footwear with only limited sizes available. We remain on hand, in store and online to give you any style advice needed. We hope to see you soon
124……handmade shoes made not for the ordinary.