True to my tendencies, I am about to do a fall post square in the middle of fall, rather than timing it before or at the beginning of the season. For those of you who are regular visitors of this site, you’re probably used to my penchant for failing to follow to pay attention to such considerations. Admittedly, I am shortsighted when it comes to planning to dress myself. I never know it’s time to get warm clothes until it’s too cold, to buy boots until my canvas low tops are soaked through from the snow. Anyway, it is (almost) fully fall here in New York, and our attention is turning towards the styles of autumn – tweed, flannel, earth tones, and the like.
Conveniently, Keep (one of our faves here at VK), has put together a nice page with their new fall faves. There’s plenty here to like, with multiple blends of colorways and materials (including moleskin, their synthetic suede/micro fiber) for almost all of their models. Beyond the fabrics you have expected from Keep, they’ve added some some handwoven Ikat dyed textile that is handwoven in Guatemala. Tight. As are true of all Keep shoes, the following are all vegan.
More pics after the jump, or see Keep’s page here.