FitFlop Anna Sui Shakoha Boots — A Bohemian Rhapsody
You’ll want more than wool socks when Jack Frost starts nipping at more than your nose (yep, that little son of a biscuit will bite your fingertips, toes, and everything in between). Sure, you may have a pair of cozy Mukluks, Uggs, or EMU Australia boots in your closet but, chances are, so does everyone else. And don’t you get aggravated when you look down inside a crowded room (or bus or subway car) and notice that every single woman has your shoes (or a slightly different version of them)? If you want to retain your individual sense of style without doing so at the expense of your feet, then grab a pair of these fur-trimmed ankle boots, which feature white contrast stitching, a gold studded star motif inside a round patch, and a tassel dangling from a gold button along the side of the boot shaft. The boots are a limited-edition collaboration between the designer who epitomizes rocker Bohemian chic, Anna Sui, and FitFop, and are exclusively available at ShopIntuition.com.
Like all FitFlop footwear, the boots feature the brand’s patent-pending Microwobbleboard TM Technology, which allegedly “mimics the gait of barefoot walking” while also helping you tone your leg muscles. Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of footwear (especially boots and sneakers) that aim to improve muscle definition but, frankly, most wind up looking like bulky, amorphous nun-ready shoes. FitFlops, however, do look way more streamlined — so, hey, if you do star getting buff-looking legs, then that’s just an added benefit.
FitFlop Anna Sui Shakoha Boots, $195. Visit ShopIntuition.com