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Shoe of the Week: TOGA Pulla Boots

The leather ankle boot is everyone’s best friend in between seasons. But this spring, instead of living in those basic black Chelsea boots that everyone else is wearing, why not opt for something a little more fun? Like a pair of TOGA Pulla boots.


Tokyo-based designer, Yasuko Furuta, founded TOGA in 1997, and the brand quickly became a celeb and influencer favorite. Avant-garde yet wearable, Furuta’s aesthetic makes for super-popular footwear.



We love pretty much all of TOGA’s boots, but this week’s praise goes to their cut out ankle booties. The Western-inspired buckle and pointy toe are signature TOGA details. And the fact that they resemble pumps makes this pair really stand out. Masculine yet feminine. Simple yet experimental. It’s the perfect shoe to supplement your winter and spring wardrobes. Just toss on some black ripped jeans, an oversized sweater or tee, and tie a bandana around your neck. Done!


Love them as much as we do? Head over here to get yourself a pair.

Or discover more of our editors’ shoe obsessions.

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