OTBT (Off The Beaten Track) is a well done modern, fun and multi-tasking shoes/boots' label - with right out of the box-ease of wear.
Since we've been covering the OTBT collections---the label-designed by Italian Maurizio Celin- has quickly become synonymous with adjectives like affordable. contemporary, hip- appealing to women on the go- wanting work to play footwear-without paying a fortune---and without sacrificing comfort---wearable heels, breathable leather linings with cushiony footbeds.
Fall 2013-no surprise- the collection delivers just that---with animal/camo prints and solid leather flats with tiny enough heels as to be durable enough to actually walk miles in...topped off with details like double leather buckle straps.
|one of our favs-the feminine-rugged Brentsville- takes on a men's combat boot-roll-up or down $159|
Ankle boots are an easy silhouette to wear. Tuck in denim/leggings or wear with skirts/dresses that hit above the knee-for the right proportion.
|these suede leather-Poulsbo-$165-can be shrugged down-or worn pulled up---|
|Nice wedge on a leather bootie-with zipped back|
|tall boots in soft/distressed leathers...leather straps around the ankle with some nice hardwear detail...$215|
|Ripley $135wedge on a two tone leather shoe-a year round option|
|Rapid City $174 a hidden wedge inside--double buckle leather ankle boot|
|Rupert $179-feminine take on a hiker...in a grey wedge|
|Another top pick-Berkshire-$215-stack block heel-suede upper with harness/buckles on leather straps. A great boot that goes with a lot of wardrobe options|
|intricate mix-up of materials on an elasticized ballet flats-|