Today I'd like to introduce you to a truly unique clothing and footwear brand for women: Gipsy Dharma.
Finding a brand that makes every item of clothing by hand definitely is not easy nowadays – let alone them costing less than $200. Gipsy Dharma is an exception, offering individually hand-crafted leather boots, leather skirts and even flip flops. They have an insanely large selection of colours to choose from, ranging from lime green to a bright red to turquoise.
When I was first browsing through Gipsy Dharma's website, I wasn't crazy about their selection; but the way their leather boots look didn't take much time to grow on me. I don't think I have ever seen something similar to their footwear, and I reckon that a pair of their boots -whether knee-high, over the knee or ankle- would be a great piece to have in the wardrobe. What I like the most about Gipsy Dharma footwear is the large range of shoes in bright, fun colours that no one would ever think of wearing on one's foot; also, the intricate lacing details give a whole lot of personality to the boots.
Gipsy Dharma boots are such a statement that styling them would be the easiest thing on the planet: I think that the Gothic Black Leather Knee High boots would look perfect paired with a black circle skirt and a white crop top or t-shirt tucked in. But styling a black pair of boots is pretty easy anyway, right? The Antique Turquoise Python Leather Knee High Boots, which are the most stunning pair of turquoise and fuchsia boots, are equally easy to incorporate in your wardrobe. I would wear them with a pair of high waisted denim shorts, a grey cotton tee and a cozy bat-wing cardigan, maybe in an aztec print.
Gipsy Dharma shoes are not only pretty to look at, but also comfortable to wear. They have a flexible sole, they are made from high quality materials and they have a handy zip on the inside: they are overall thought to “feel like you are walking barefoot”. Sounds nice, eh? After all those blisters from wearing uncomfortable shoes!
So, what do you think about Gipsy Dharma? Would you wear their creations, or you think they're “too out there”? :)
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