When Will WeWoreWhat's Archive Shoe Collection Be Available? You Won't Have To Wait Long
Fans of fashion blogger Danielle Bernstein rejoice: Her WeWoreWhat shoe collection launches Nov. 7 — so it's available for purchase now on the Archive Shoes website, as well as ShopBop. Bernstein's first foray into footwear (coming straight off the heels of her collection of overalls), centers on stylish boot staples, which is perfect as fall starts to shift into winter.
Priced between $349 and $498, the Archive is home to some seriously covetable shoes — it features five different styles of boots, including a lace-up boot, an over-the-knee boot, a cowboy bootie, a Chelsea boot, and a glove boot. Each style is more heart-wrenchingly fashionable than the last, and they all come in several various neutral shades and textures (including classic black, camel suede, and even snakeskin for some of the styles).
Although they were only released today, some of the styles are already starting to sell out — so if it's a wardrobe investment you're looking to make, you'd better hurry up! That said, this is far from your last chance to steal (or rather, purchase) Danielle Bernstein's signature cool girl style. After all, the fact that this is her second fashion collection in as many months should serve as pretty good evidence that she'll continue to share her good taste with us (AKA the masses).
The Barrow Boot in Black Leather, $398, archiveshoes.com
The line ranges from sensibly understated to pretty far out there — snakeskin Chelsea boots may have major fashion street cred, but they take a lot of chutzpah to pull off. Lace-up booties, like the ones pictured above, on the other hand? A great staple for any wardrobe. Really, there's something for everyone in the collection.
The Mercer Boot in Embossed Snakeskin, $349, archiveshoes.com
So, are you more of a black lace-up person, or more of an embossed snakeskin fan? Or, maybe you've been wanting to give the over-the-knee boot trend a try...
The Laight Boot in Black Leather, $498, archiveshoes.com
Either way, definitely give the Archive a peek before it's all gone.
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