The revellers got them first!
Spats went on sale at Glasto yesterday for the special festival discounted price of £45. Seek them out at J market, stall J332 between the Pyramid and The Other stages.
Sassy TV presenter Caroline Flack was spotted in the VIP area sporting some black and white Spats boots - apparently she has tiny feet...
This year's V Fest was as much a fashion parade as it was a music event, with the celebs out in force to strut their stuff. Samantha Barks stepped out with her gorgeous model boyfriend David Gandy in her Prussian and Blue Spats Boots...
Amelia Lily was also spotted in the classic Black and White Spats as was Alexandra Burke...
Spats boots were spotted at London Fashion Week on the feet of Cristina Giusti, fine art PR and event coordinator. With showers and gloomy weather overshadowing LFW this year, they were the ideal fashion-forward footwear for hopping between the shows
Spotted at Milan fashion week, Spats is loving the quirky granny-knit socks with kinky heels look paraded on Chanel's catwalk. Monochrome is Queen it seems!
We love this fashion blog by the incredible Boyer Family Singers, three sisters from Ohio who have more flair for putting cute vintage outfits together than the costume department of BBC1's Call the Midwife. Go Girls!
What do the Boyer sisters say about their new ankle wellies? "Overall we girls are amazed at the wonderful quality and vintage style of Spats Boots. They aren’t just a pair of shoes that look vintage, they have the quality of true vintage as well, which makes them worth every penny."
Charlotte styled her Spats in a way that I like to term French Resistance. Maybe it’s the beret or the military green, but something about her outfit just reminded me so much of a young lady from 1940s France. Charlotte also created nice rhythm in her outfit by echoing the red of her Spats Boots in both her purse and in her choice of lipstick color. By echoing a color or theme one to two times in your outfit, as Charlotte did here, it helps to draw your eye up to the face of the wearer, while also creating a cohesive ensemble.