The last thing you want is to spend hundreds of dollars on a pair of shoes that are “out” of style after a year. But for timeless shoes and styles that have lasted through the years, the investment can be more than worth it. Not only for you– since you’re spending the money, but also for the environment. When you invest in a pair of timeless shoes, you can feel confident, knowing that they’re built to last through time and trends.
Louboutin or not, we can confidently say these will never go out of style, so invest away. If properly taken care of, aka getting heel tips replaced and half sole replaced as needed, they can last you a while.
SHORT ANKLE BOOT
The classic. While fashion always bounces between the block heel and the stiletto, you can’t go wrong with a short heel!
They’re SUPER trendy right now, but probably aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. So invest away in a good pair of white leather sneakers.
CASUAL BOOT (OUR PICK– REDWINGS HERITAGE LINE)
Perfect for Fall and Winter temps (which, let’s be honest, is most of the year for us in the midwest). They’re high quality boots that with proper care can last for YEARS in many people’s experience– and they with just about anything, which is always a plus.
Duh. You wore them to your high school graduation, your wedding, and probably every day at your 9-5. Like a good suit, they’re worth the investment. Whatever the style: oxford, derby, monk-strap, or loafer– they’re all worth it. Just make sure to use cedar shoe trees and store them in a shoe box in order to extend their life as long as possible.
For men and women alike, white sneakers have been around for quite some time, and don’t appear to be going anywhere any time soon.
Casual Friday, casual Saturday, casual any-fall-day-ever, these boots are perfect. Pair with a pair of cuffed jeans and you’re good to go.
So go ahead. Invest in the styles you know aren’t going anywhere– and as long as you take proper care of them (recondition the leather, get a resole or heel replacement, etc.), you can wear them for years. …. Thank goodness you know a great cobbler 😉