Finding the perfect boot for autumn may sound easier than you think because shelves are stocked all season with the best of the best styles in jewel and earth tones that remind us of toasty chai lattes and falling leaves. There is usually one thing that these on-trend selections are missing, though, and that’s all-day support. What good does a pair of stylin’ boots do if you can’t confidently strut in them for countless hours? A great fall bootie should have three attributes: versatility, style, and most importantly, comfort. We came together and set out on a mission to find a fashionable ankle bootie that’s both in vogue and promotes healthy feet!
We at Hanig's are excited to present to you a new, minimalist style from our favorite designer, Thierry Rabotin! The Elvia ankle bootie comes in two colors: rich burgundy red and classic black suede. Elvia’s highlights include a slight V throat, a soft elasticized counter panel that sits right under the ankle, and a modest heel that lengthens the leg just enough underneath skirts and pants. The upper sits atop a flexible and thin rubber sole that allows the foot to bend as normal. You’ll easily get in and out of the shoe with an offset zipper closure at the side.
Thierry Rabotin’s Elvia ankle bootie is a chameleon with its uncanny ability to adapt to any outfit and occasion, too! We love the burgundy red option with a short peasant dress and straw basket bag that harks back to the bohemian theme of the summer and spring seasons. You can even throw skinny jeans under this same look on chillier days. If it’s date night with your sweetie, you’ll get googly eyes and flirtatious smiles all night when you pair the black with an off-the-shoulder knit dress. Elvia is even perfect for work. You’ll delight in the ease of making early morning choices when you reach for either colorway and team it with a flared dress or straight-legged pants for a day at the office. Whichever way you choose to rock your new Elvia ankle booties, you’ll be expressing your personality all while enjoying Thierry Rabotin’s iconic “walking barefoot” sensation everywhere you go!