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Beautiful in Burgundy

Tawny Port, deep dark red, burgundy boot style guide for fashion bloggers for Autumn Fall and Winter via @BryJaimea bryjaimea.com.pngBeautiful Burgundy via @BryJaimea bryjaimea.com.png

Today I am wearing these gorgeous deep red statement earrings that Ben bought me, cause he’s fab like that. However, oddly enough, about 90% of the office today is also wearing some variation of dark red (hello Autumn!), and so I felt inspired to make this post.

It’s been a while since I made a post dedicated to shoes, so I thought, given the recent seasonal shift, now would be the perfect time for a boot post!

If you’re familiar with the AW17/18 Pantones, then you’ll know that Tawny Port is going to be everywhere this season, but not just this shade inspired by the vine, but beautiful Bordeaux’s, sexy Shiraz’s, and classy Cabernet’s are already hitting the shelves, and our wardrobes.

Boots are probably my favourite type of footwear, probably because they’re such a winter-weather item: whether ankle, calf, knee or thigh high, they’re not something to wear in summer and thus when you first start seeing them on Instagram, or in store windows, you know it’s almost beanie weather.

I still vividly remember my first pair of boots when I was 14: black leather, 8-hole doc martens! When I was 16 though, I upgraded to a pair of knee high, black leather, lace up boots that would speak to any former goth reading this. They would take forever to zip up as the brand (ROC) didn’t consider zips necessary for some insane reason.

These days, however, my former goth self is at rest, and I love my boots to be bright, colourful, and to make a visual statement.

That’s why I’ve selected these beautiful boots, in various shades of red, to share with you to get you in the mood for the rain, snow, hygge, cosiness, blankets, mulled wine, and hot chocolates to come!

Burgundy Boots by @BryJaimea bryjaimea.com

1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 9

Are you ready to start shopping for Autumn?

xx Bry Jaimea

21 thoughts on “Beautiful in Burgundy

  1. And such pretty clothing too as a goth! Any excuse to wear black lace or velvet was a good one 😉
    5 is so beautiful, yet so impractical in Glasgow, but that hasn’t stopped me from dreaming about them all day (and probably buying them anyway, cause when has impracticality ever stopped me before?)
    You are such an amazing human being x I can’t thank you enough for such an amazing gesture and only wish I could repay you somehow ❤️️

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  2. I’m buying #1 on payday!
    Joe Browns boots and coats are AMAZING! There’s at least three pairs of their boots I want, and at least a half dozen of their coats! xx

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  3. No. 1, 4, 8, and 9 are my favorites. I LOVE that color- scarves, boots, pants, coats. It’s a perfect fall color! I almost bought a pair of shoes this color and stopped myself, but I know I’ll cave before the season is over!

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  4. This colour is so autumnal! I’ve got a sweatshirt in this colour and it’s my favourite. I usually combine it with darker lipstick. I need to find it from the back of my closet asap!

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  5. Gorgeous! Even though I’m more a summertime fan I still love all the warm colors that fall and winter bring to clothing. All the reds, browns and oranges are just so nice and warming. I’m looking forward to shopping some scented candles too! 🙂

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  6. Love those over-the-knee boots but I don’t think I’d dare wear them. I’ve got a dark red pair of ankle boots and some silver ones as well as some, beautiful but highly impractical, blue velvet shoe boots. I’m hankering after some bottle green ankle boots with a chunky heel but haven’t found any yet.

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  7. I’m actually looking for the same at the moment, however am limiting myself to two new pair of boots this season – burgundy ons, and grey ones. I already own far too many pairs as it is so can’t relly justify more than that.
    Why are the blue ones impractical??

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  8. Just because they’re velvet so would get battered in a typical English winter. They’re divine though and I have never once regretted my purchase. Have a wonderful time in Berlin – I look forward to reading all about it x

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