Take on the trend: knee-high boots

Knee-high boots are the little black dresses of shoes; always on trend; forever chic; and the perfect blend of sophistication and edge. But unlike little black dresses – these boots will see you through winter with ease.


While we wouldn’t recommend taking Sled on a ski-trip, these leather boots aren’t scared of getting wet. Stylish enough for work or play, these Django & Juliette boots come up to 35cm on the leg for a perfect just under the knee look.

Need a boot that can take you from ‘I haven’t had a coffee’ to ‘I slept eight hours, ran 5k, and had a successful business meeting today’? Well, lucky for you – this Sempre Di boot is better than a morning latte. This boot screams sophistication from the rooftops, with a little bit of added mystery and more than enough edge to get you through the day.

We’re certainly not Allouta love for these boots; made from beautiful leather and featuring a pointed-toe, this boot sits on a 7.5cm stacked block heel and boasts a side elastic gusset and functional inner zip for extra comfort.

Looking for a boot that works just as well with jeans as it does dresses; one that keeps you comfortable all day long; and one that moulds to the shape of your foot with ease? Meet Tetley, a Django & Juliette creation and a boot sure to keep you just as warm as it does comfortable and fashionable.


With a stretch upper, block heel, and square-shaped toe – Hayleys takes the sock boot look to a whole new level. Wear this Django & Juliette boot over jeans for a casual look or under a skirt for a sophisticated style.

Meet Norass, the statement-making knee-high boot that comes in black, tan, and – if you’re looking for something wild – a chic snake pattern. This Django & Juliette boot has a pointed toe and sits on a 7cm heel.

Stay on trend with the hue of the season. This khaki Toretti boot will quickly become one of your favourites, pair it with dresses and tights or skinny jeans and sweaters all season long.

We know, we know – you want to show off your new shoes as soon as you get them. But to keep your new boots in tip-top shape make sure to use a waterproof spray before taking them outside. You can read our detailed care guide here.

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