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Upgrade Your Shoe Collection for Spring With Acne Studios’ Denim Boots

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* Leather stacked heel with rubber-leather sole
* Made in Italy
* Comfortable pull-on style

Acne Studios is no stranger to denim. In 1997, creative director and founder Jonny Johansson debuted Acne’s first collection of raw denim, which quickly led to the brand’s cult following and eventual expansion of the line to include shoes, bags and a full range of clothing. Acne’s beloved Jensen boots have been continually sold out since they were released a few years back. Now, the ubiquitous ankle boots have been reintroduced in denim to tackle one of the year’s biggest fashion trends. Maintaining the original pointed toe and metal detailing, the denim upgrades the classic ankle boot to a versatile addition to any closet.

Acne Ankle Boots Denim Shop Bop

You’ve probably noticed that 2016 was the year that the fashion industry resurrected its obsession with denim once again. Three months into 2017, this trend shows no signs of slowing down. While the denim trend also made a big comeback in the early 2000’s (think Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears’ matching ensembles at the 2001 American Music Awards) this season, it takes form with a subtler approach.

2017’s denim trend is all about proportion and balance, with denim details being used to style a look rather than being the look. The best way to wear denim (other than your blue jeans, of course) is by incorporating it into your shoes and accessories. Opting for a denim boot, bag, or even a choker necklace, helps you achieve the look without going overboard.

The denim Jensen boots reflect Acne’s signature use of unexpected materials balanced with tailored designs. Whether you pair them with an all-black ensemble for edgy look or go bohemian by wearing them with a floral maxi dress, these boots will make just the right amount of a statement.

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