If you haven’t yet slipped your feet in to a pair of Bally’s divinely chic, yet immeasurably comfortable Janelles – you’re about to. The covetable babouche shoes, that the stores can’t keep on the shelves, are back – and they’re not alone.
The flat babouche style is accompanied by two new heel-heights for Autumn Winter, alongside a sportier slip-on sneaker, tote bag and elegant clutch – all featuring the charming, archive-inspired square buckle, dating back to 1969.
For those who are forever committed to the heel – Bally’s Janelle now comes in chunky, square toed heights of 30mm (with babouche) and 85mm in black and bone, as well as patent versions with contrast detail for a sharper, workwear look. Both styles feature the brand’s ‘B’ oblique hardware on the square heel.
Bally’s Heska – a genius amalgamation of the brand’s best-selling sneaker and Janelle – is the perfect guise for those who wish they could get away with wearing trainers every day.
While the back-up, back-down ease of the original babouche, first introduced last year, is playfully reinterpreted with poker motifs and stud details in glossed leather, rich velvet and leopard print as well as a black glitter version featuring a Swarovski embellished buckle.
And as no outfit is ever finished without the bag – Bally completes the Janelle family with a luxury, leather tote, available in two sizes, adorned with an oversized buckle – the ultimate partner for daytime dressing on the go. Beautifully crafted in plain calf leather and luxurious leopard pony calf hair – the bags are accompanied by a smaller clutch version in the same derivations.
So whether it’s accessories, heels or flats. Dressing-up or dressing down. Make sure you buckle-up with Bally for the season ahead.
See more at http://www.bally.com
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