One only needs to take a glance below the ankles of Lower Manhattanites to see the pervasiveness of Rag & Bone's footwear. For spring, they continued this strong streak by offering up a new take on the Newbury boot. Standing on a similar heel, but with an opened-up back, plus toe and side cutouts, these hybrid styles looked especially new in pale lavender. Grounding the airy athletic layers of the collection, the booties were more successful than the collection's other predominant shoe — a flatform sandal — and the less-clunky styles are more likely to crop up on label loyalists.
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