In our monthly must-have, Positive Luxury selects an iconic item from our #brandstotrust that we’ve been coveting. August’s pick is inspired by Autumn being on the horizon and an ongoing quest to find the perfect pair of boots.
If you want something done right, then ask the experts. When it comes to boot making that can only mean one brand – Stivaleria Cavallin. Since its founding in 1961 in the shoe making district of Venice, the Italian specialised workshop has remained the most revered by industry insiders.
The go-to for shoe connoisseurs, Stivaleria Cavallin makes boots of unparalleled design, quality and materials. The brand only employs the most experienced boot specialists in the industry to ensure perfection in every pair.
Visit its Belgravia boutique to discover the signature collections that are inspired by the brand’s history of sublime fashion boots. Or for those looking to express their creative flair, the brand also offers three-levels of personalisation services:
Made to Order: Choose from an extensive colour and material selection. The ideal choice if you’re looking to match your boots to a particular outfit or want to add a quirky detail, such as a contrasting lining or sole.
Made to Measure: If off-the-shelf isn’t your thing, then mix and match style, leather, colour, heel type and finish to create a boot that is designed to suit your measurements and your personality.
Bespoke: For the ultimate personalised experience, work directly with the head designer to create the boots of your dreams. You get to choose everything, from the style and design to finishing touches, such as hardware and trims.
All Stivaleria Cavallin boots have a lifetime after sale service to ensure they are part of your wardrobe for years to come. When they need a little refresh just simply let the team know and the boots can be re-soled and reconditioned by the craftsmen who made them.
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