With fall right around the corner, it’s time to layer those scarves, start bundling and lace/zip up in style. Bed Stu boots are the ultimate in old school cobbler craftsmanship.

This footwear company merges fashion and function in the best type of marriage possible. They’ve had a cult following since ’95 but are just picking up momentum in the mainstream…no shoemaker’s elves here, the team does everything in house and each shoe is hand hammered, meticulously made one pair at a time.  The brand name is inspired by the tough and resilient streets of Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Who doesn’t love a good boot from BK?

classic styling with an
unapologetic attitude.

 

One of our favorites from the fall 2011 collection is the exclusive limited edition Monarchy. Rustic and bad-ass, this stomp commands attention and exudes authority. Goodyear welt construction, lemonwood pegging, hand driven nails, double leather outsole…a gentleman’s shoe from a workman’s perspective. The final result is impeccable attention to detail and a luxurious boot that can handle the road less taken. Versatility in the design lets you dress these up or down with a bespoke suit or casual jeans.
MSRP $795

 

Bed Stu‘s Kitty boots are like the people behind Bed Stu – scratched, worn, comfortable and unique, made of distressed leather that is essential to every fall wardrobe. The body and sole immediately forms to the shape of your foot, and once you spend one day pounding the pavement in these luxurious knee highs, you’ll understand the meaning of custom made footwear. Best perk? They offer them in a wide version, so you can zip up, no matter what. MSRP $250

Bed Stu shoes are built to last a lifetime and, with proper care, can be handed down to their rightful heirs. Heirloom boots as an inheritance. The grandkids will appreciate that.

  • anonymous

    Those monarchy boots are beeeeautiful. Can Alister & Paine hook us up with a starving-musician discount??? PLLLLEASE.

  • Jules

    I’m in LOVE with the Kitty. I can never find boots that fit as knee-highs!

  • Emily Bell

    Fall boots yes, snow boots, NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!