All the Best 2-Tone Shoes, in Honour of (and Including) Chanel

Hannah Almassi

After the continued success of Chanel's rejuvenated 1957 beige-and-black slingback style, first created by Coco Chanel herself, the Parisian fashion house has introduced yet another iteration on its classic toe-cap signature to satisfy the needs of A/W 17's most fashionable women. Following in the footsteps of the brand's spikier, pearl-flourished mule heels from last year comes a calf-length boot. Rendered in slouchy, soft suedes and embroidered in curlicue letters "Gabrielle Chanel, COCO" this pull-on style is set to be the investment shoe of the new season and has already been spotted on leggy models and influencers the world over.


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Chanel's new high boots on the streets of Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week.

But there are more two-tone options that we're spotting in stores—and at all different price points. Topshop, of course, has an interpretation of its own. But so does Gianvito Rossi. And Maryam Nassir Zadeh. And Stuart Weitzman. So this iconic classic is reaching different crowds and different wallets.

Scroll down to see our pick of the best two-tone shoes on the market right now—including the new beauties from Chanel.

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