Brown Chelsea Boots
Buy Women's Brown 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 brown Chelsea boots
Are brown or black Chelsea boots better?
Besides your own personal taste, there are some advantages and disadvantages to both. Black Chelsea boots are the most versatile, suiting every outfit colour and multiple styles. A dark black Chelsea can look more professional and polished, bringing a sleek vibe to a monochrome outfit.
Brown Chelsea boots are more eye-catching – especially when paired with prints. They can give a more casual look, but can be just as glamorous as black if worn with the right styles. Dark brown boots can be worn with almost anything, from denim to dresses and everything in between.
What are the best brown Chelsea boots outfit ideas?
Brown Chelsea boots are a firm favourite the world over and a popular addition to any wardrobe. To achieve the best brown Chelsea boot looks, you can wear any style that you’d usually wear with ankle boots. The colour choices you make will give you that fashion edge.
You can pair any shade of brown Chelseas with black tights or skinnies. Dark brown boots will look best with bright Autumnal colours, cream colours, dark blues, khakis and greens. Lighter coloured boots will stun when worn with burgundy, red, dark plums, dark browns and light floral fabrics.
Why are Chelsea boots so popular?
Chelsea boots have been popular for much longer than you might think! This style of elastic-sided boot first became popular in 1851 after they were donned by Queen Victoria. Naturally, the young queen’s style was mimicked by many fans at the time.
They slowly faded into obscurity for a while, before re-emerging in the 1950s in the trendy London district of Chelsea, where the ‘Chelsea Set’ mod-culture began. From there, other celebrities started wearing them and the style has endured to this day.