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To Boot New York’s Fall Line Features Footwear For Every Occassion

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In keeping with his mission to provide customers with the best in fine, stylish footwear, designer Adam Derrick has unveiled a stunning new collection with To Boot New York, which boasts a bevy of fresh takes on classic silhouettes.

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“I really love doing fall collections,” began Derrick. “I love all the textures of fall—the sweaters, the wool, the layering—and try to incorporate those aesthetics into my designs.”

“In this particular collection, we played with textures by mixing soft suedes with our signature polished leathers,” he continued. “This imbues our footwear with a certain versatility, which makes it easy to transition any pair from a casual to formal setting.”

This combination of materials is best exemplified by the line’s rugged Pearson boot with black leather and black suede accents ($498), the elegant Theo dress boot with brown leather and navy suede ($498) and the Blake Cognac, a refined work boot with burnished cognac leather and flint suede ($450).

The line also features dozens of other highly wearable designs, including several lace-up dress shoes ($325-$498), sophisticated slip ons ($325-$498) and playful sneakers ($295-$398).

Each pair is constructed with high-quality natural materials (first choice select Italian hand-cut leather) and incorporates the latest in comfort technology, which makes the shoes weather-proof and extra supportive.

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“While the designs might appear delicate at first, they’re actually incredibly durable,” Derrick explained. “These are shoes that are built to withstand the elements and last for several seasons.”

“I try to create a lifestyle collection for my customer, one that’ll take him from casual outings, to business meetings all the way to formal gatherings,” he concluded. “Here, he’s got options for every aspect of his life.”

In addition to its gorgeous selection of boots and shoes, To Boot’s fall collection also features a line of stylish socks in a variety of patterns and solid colors. Each pair retails for $30.

Check out the brand’s full fall/winter collection, here.

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