The inventor of this style of boot was Queen Victoria’s shoemaker, who designed it in the mid-18th-Century and was originally called a Dealer Boot. Her Majesty had requested a pair of boots without laces that she could wear while riding.

The nickname “Chelsea boots” came into the picture, thanks to its popularity in London and its association with the King’s Road (a street in the borough of Chelsea in London). These days, Dealer or Chelsea boots are beloved by everyone, and have become an essential footwear style everyone should own.

A Chelsea boot is the easiest style to wear with everything in your wardrobe. Great with jeans, dresses, and skirts, it is usually the one item in your wardrobe you can guarantee you’ll get a lot of wear out of during the colder months

Thanks to their timeless shape and design, these simple yet sophisticated boots are a must-have for all ages. A boot to slip on whenever the mood takes you. This elastic sided brogue/ pull on boot has a storm welt, leather uppers and leather linings for extra solidity and comfort

Whether a casual weekend look or dressing up for a semi-formal function, these boots are an excellent choice. Classic Chelsea boots don’t have decorative flourishes or embellishments. Their simplicity puts them in a class all their own.

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