2-Tone Shoes Will Always Be the Chicest Around, and These 12 Show Why

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