Black Chelsea Boots
Buy Women's Black Chelsea Boots Online At Famous Footwear
We display our shoes in Australian (AUS) women’s shoe sizes which is the same sizing as American (US).
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Also remember your left and right foot will vary in length and width, so choose the size you think will be most comfortable for you.
Each shoe style is fit tested in Australia and we do everything we can to make a fit as close as possible to the correct AU standard sizing measurements.
Use these sizes and measurements as a guide only. You know your feet best!
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Frequently asked questions about black chelsea boots
What goes with black Chelsea boots?
One of the most flattering and effortless looks with black Chelsea boots is skinny jeans. This can be paired with any top and almost always looks great. Right now, oversized jumpers and knit dresses are in. Tights under cute dresses or skirts is also a winner.
You can also wear your Chelseas at the office, as heeled boots look very professional. Just pair them with pants or a dress suit, or dark jeans with a blazer. For a casual look, try pairing your black Chelsea boots with shorts and a cute front-tied midriff or singlet.
How to wear black Chelsea boots with a dress
Black Chelsea boots can give dresses an edgy vibe, and you can wear any length from mini to maxi. To style your dress with Chelsea boots, use the same rules as ankle boots – ensuring the edge of your hemline sits above your boot tops.
Heeled Chelsea boots give dresses a more feminine edge and can be worn with almost any style. Low-heeled boots give a more casual look and go great with fluttery short dresses, shift dresses and tight dresses. If you’re after the cute cowgirl look, try a short dress featuring denim or gingham.
How to clean black Chelsea boots
To clean your black Chelsea boots at home, follow these steps:
- Mix up a solution of 50/50 water and vinegar and soak an old, clean cloth in it.
- Gently clean off any spots with the cloth.
- For tough spots, you can let the cloth sit on the surface, then dab them off.
- Do a final wipe-down with a cloth soaked in water only.
- If any resistant stains or scuffing is present, you can dab those areas with a shoe dye.
- After drying, apply a protective waterproofing spray to prevent grime from sticking.