British Biscuits and Chelsea Boots

For fun try reading this with your best British accent!

I love everything about London and the UK and find it to be absolutely brilliant… I fancy tea time and bloody hell love the lingo – wanker! But most of all I love British biscuits and Chelsea boots!

Chelsea boots are tight-fitting, ankle-high boots that originated during the Victorian Era. These boots were originally designed for horseback riding, but really came out and made their debut during the 1960’s mod scene when John Lennon and Paul McCartney ran into the Chelsea boot in London.  Suddenly, Lucy was in the sky with diamonds, and Chelsea was on all eight feet of the Beatles. The Chelsea boot became an instant iconic success. From then on it was all shoes, sex, and rock n’ roll for the Chelsea.

Check out the new “Carson Chelsea” boot by Frye:

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These boots are seriously wearable, from maxi skirts to skinny jeans, and add a little rock n’ roll to every look. Here are some of our favorite Chelsea looks. As Kate Moss would say: “Get the London look.”

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How would you wear the Chelsea boot? Did you like this post? Leave your comments below!!!

2 comments

  1. Jill · December 6, 2012

    These are so cute!!!

    • strutaddict · January 20, 2013

      Thanks Jill for your comment! I love the Chelsea boots… My friend came into the store today wearing them and I fell in love all over again 😉 We still have some sizes available if you’re interested. Check out http://www.strutdenver.com!

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