This post is a paid collaboration with revere Shoes. The boots were gifted to me to style & photograph with. All opinions are my own.
revere is a Palm Beach, Florida-based footwear company. revere creates comfort shoes for all women and with women who juggle life challenges and are in need of comfortable footwear to wear all day long. revere shoes are made with hand-sourced, premium leather, and are designed in collaboration with podiatric (foot) specialists, so you know they’re good for your feet.
I picked out the Havana boots from revere’s fall collection, the black ankle bootie that are timeless and go with everything. These feature the 1.75 in heel height and the triangular twin gore panels that add stretch and are easy to slip in and out. Most revere shoes are available in whole sizes, from 5 to 12. I am a 7- 7.5 in shoes, and I’ve gone for a 7. I don’t typically like to wear socks or I’d wear sockettes or thin socks if I feel like so. However, I highly recommend you to size up (half size to a full size), if you’re planning to wear with thick socks to keep your feet warm for the fall and winter season. These also come with a 3mm thick filler insoles for those who have arch feet. I’ve tried these with the added insoles and walked around the street of downtown no problem. I think everyone should have a pair of black ankle booties as the staple shoes in their closet to wear year-round. They are classic and will always save the day especially in the fall and winter because they go with everything.
Here I’ve styled my Havana bootie with a turtleneck sweater and jeans with a leather jacket combo, a failed-safe outfit combo that I’d see myself every day every occasion. I love that the mustard yellow color from the turtleneck sweater kind of matches the fall colored leaves, pretty festive and appropriate for the season. I wore this outfit out exploring downtown Portland last weekend, and the Havanas kept my feet very comfy and cozy all day.
I brought my Havana boots on my trip to Oregon two weeks ago. I wore them to go get a coffee and checked out a few shops downtown. This time, I had to check out Coava Coffee Roaster, located at (1300 Southeast Grand Avenue (a), Portland, OR 97214) due to its many good reviews on Yelp. I was blown away by how spacious and cool the interior of Coava. I especially loved the wood and metal touches everywhere, very industrial. I had a cup of latte with art per usual and was so pleased as to how perfect it turned out. We walked the streets of downtown to shoot photos for this outfit and stopped by a few shops before heading South to Crater Lake National Park later that day.
Thank you so much for reading, and I hope you’re having a fantastic day!Photos by Toan Chu Photography