Uptown elegance meets downtown edge in Elizabeth and James' timeless, vintage-inspired women's clothing and accessories. Founded by entrepreneurial power twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, the label is the younger sister of the Olsens' award-winning couture label, the Row. Elizabeth and James offers a collection of boots and shoes that gives a contemporary twist to classic shapes. Sexy platform wedges call to mind the funky mod looks of the 1960s, while suede and distressed leather ankle boots effortlessly capture downtown NYC chic. Knee-high “crimp” riding boots, silvery stilettos, and cap-toed pumps will take you from the office to the afterparty in sleek style. For the perfect vintage-modern look, pair up your Elizabeth and James' heels or boots with one of the label's signature menswear-inspired blazers or delicate dresses.
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Ramp up your shoe profile with this unique selection from luxe Italian brand Modern Vintage. Heels and sandals of varying heights — from seductive strappy numbers to sky-high stunners — will have you covered for every occasion this summer. And styles like the low-wedge Lorisa or the ankle-strap Nic pump guarantee you’ll always be putting your prettiest foot forward.
Versatile, walkable, and decidedly of-the-moment, our selection of winter booties is here to make sure you're putting your most stylish foot forward. Have your pick of styles on offer — from colorful wedges to stiletto-heeled peep toes to lace-up numbers — each will pair brilliantly with your favorite skinny jeans and sweater.
Come fall, there’s a certain piece of footwear that will take you from errands to office and dinner and back — the boot. And with so many stylish iterations from Pour La Victoire, Maiden Lane, and others, it’s the perfect time to stock up. Go weekend casual with a flat ankle bootie. Give your skinnies a sophisticated edge with a sleek riding boot. Pull on soft suede with opaque tights for the office. Turn up the volume with a sexy stiletto. These boots were made for walking — and then some.