Give 'em the boot

Supermodel turned actress turned designer Monika Schnarre picks from this season’s crop of boots, inspired by a day at the races.


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1st PLACE - CLASSIC COMFORT

Frye, Maxine gaucho boot, $400
The iconic Monika Schnarre has graced the pages of the world’s best magazines, and her new line of clothing, Tall by Monika Schnarre, will launch on the Shopping Channel this fall. She knows style, and she loves these Frye boots because they’re comfortable, casual and “the more you wear them, the better they look.”
Where to get it: Ron White, Bayview Village, 2901 Bayview Ave. 416-221-7002

SIMPLE & SUPPLE

Ralph Lauren, Seranna boot, $1,295
“This is a really beautiful, classic riding boot. I love that. ”
Where to get it:
Davids Footwear 66 Bloor St. W., 416-920-1000

COWGIRL COOL

Extreme Milano, suede boot, $175
“I like the idea of a cowboy boot. I have a cowboy hat, and I roll with it a lot.”
Where to get it: Town Shoes at Promenade 1 Promenade Cir., 905-889-7610

DISTRESSED TO PERFECTION

Steven by Steve Madden. Riens boot, $190
“I’ve never seen this sort of distressed leather in a boot before. I think it’s really unique.”
Where to get it: In Style Shoes 1758 Avenue Rd., 416-783-0239

 

A BEAUTIFUL BASIC

Circa Joan & David, CJ Hearty boot, $320
“These are nice and simple. I like things that don’t have a lot of bells and whistles.”
Where to get it:Madison Shoes & Accessories, Shops at Don Mills 3 Karl Frasier Rd., 416-384-0801

 

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