Some of our styles are just begging to be a part of certain costumes. You just look at them, and it’s like how could you not? Take the Yvett slipper. Topped with a fluffy pom, it screams Tinker Bell. And the 70’s vibes evoked by the Kassi and Cam II? You can’t help but play those up as Penny Lane from Almost Famous. Scroll and explore the possibilities.
If growing up means not dressing up for Halloween, then no thanks. Get away wearing slippers as Peter Pan in the Nikola and an all-green get up.
Coordinate with Peter Pan by going as Tinker Bell in the Yvett. This slipper couldn’t be more perfect unless we covered it in glitter.
The golden tint to the Neumel Wheat is perfect for any bird costume, really. We just found this penguin option hilarious. Happy feet indeed.
Guys, there’s no reason to be scared of wearing your Classic boots in public this Halloween, especially since you’ll be the one doing the scaring.
The 70’s are in, so put all the retro pieces you already own (like your flares, denim skirts, and lace-up tops) together and take this trend to the level with our Kassi clogs and a shearling vest or coat.
With distressed materials inspired by the classic bomber jackets, the Selwood Bomber lends itself perfectly to a pilot costume. All you need are some tan pants, a white tee, a leather jacket, and goggles. Top it off with a trapper hat that you can use for non-costume looks when winter hits.
If you don’t want to put in too much effort or you’re just worried about getting cold, pair a cozy boot like the Patten with gloves, a hat, and a scarf. Add some ski poles or goggles for a costume that is more chalet chic than basic.