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Step out in style this season with Clarks’ autumn winter collection. Inspired by the Clarks archives and classic Edwardian shapes – but with contemporary detailing and flourishes – these shoes are just what you need to complete your festive outfits. Choose from beautiful designs in plush velvet with bejeweled embellishments, trendy colour block patterns, rich patent leather or even metallic finishes. Here are some of our favourites.

Blair Lockwood l Metallic - 640

Blair Lockwood Metallic
Inspired by Edwardian shapes, this classic gets reinvented and made relevant with a beautiful metallic texture and couture shape. Not for the faint hearted, these are the perfect statement shoes.

Curtain Ring l Black Suede - 640

Curtain Ring Black Suede
Make an entrance with these delectable peep-toe booties. Inspired by baroque and its opulence, the lush velvet coupled with a bejeweled brooch makes these the perfect accompaniment to any party outfit.

Torrin Curtain l Teal Combination - 640

Torrin Curtain Teal Suede
This pair of heels pays homage to the magic and mood of a Highland castle with its jewel-toned suede and a luxe gold ankle strap, yet being completely on-trend with a colour-block design.

Bodkin Beach l Wine Patent - 640

Bodkin Beach Wine Patent
An extravagant take on an Edwardian silhouette, this pair stays modern with patent in autumn’s dark, romantic colour and trendy stud detailing, beautifully bringing together both form and function. Worn best to add a touch of masculine to girly frocks or sheath dresses.

Kankan Buzz l Midnight Suede - 640

Kankan Buzz Midnight Suede
A classic British style, combined with equestrian inspired flourishes, these boots capture the romance of the Wild West. The studs at the toes add a bit of new-age grunge. Just what you need to complete your winter outfit.

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