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The origin of the Creeper goes deep: first appearing after World War II, when soldiers rocked sturdy, crepe-soled military issue boots at London clubs—and did a dance called The Creep. In the 70s, the shoe’s distinctive look was adopted by various subcultures, including punk and goth. Fast forward to today: the women’s Masha Creeper is a fashion-forward look inspired by the goth subculture’s penchant for strappy boots. It’s perfect capper to your mysterious Victorian air, with a chunky…

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New York Fashion Week Street Style

INSPIRATION | Military skirt & jumper in army green with black lace-up boots at NYFW | @styleminimalism

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Details about Womens Combat Style Army Worker Military Ankle Boots Flat Punk Goth Shoes Size

Womens Combat Style Army Worker Military Ankle Boots Flat Punk Goth Shoes Size #POPShoes #CombatBoots

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from Savvy Home

Welcome January: Follow Through

Instead of meaningless resolutions, each January I choose a word to guide me through the year. This year's word is Follow Through

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Balmain's 'Alienor' boots have a sleek, military feel - they're trimmed with slim straps each punctuated by a polished gold button. Crafted from smooth black leather, this chic point-toe pair hits just above your ankle. Team yours with the label's mini dress.

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“I design clothes because I don’t want women to look all innocent and naïve…I want woman to look stronger…I don’t like women to be taken advantage of…I don’t like men whistling at women in the street. I think they deserve more respect. I like men to keep their distance from women, I like men to be stunned by an entrance. I’ve seen a woman get nearly beaten to death by her husband. I know what misogyny is … I want people to be afraid of the women I dress” — Alexander McQueen

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