Stella McCartney in Stella McCartney at the Annual Christmas Lights Switch-on Event! Love Your Own, Right?

December 13, 2012 • By Eryzle

Stella McCartney smartly dresses most of the time, so seeing her in a yet another stylish look during the annual Christmas lights switch-on ceremony (held at her flagship store in London, England on Monday, December 10, 2012) didn’t surprise me.

Check her out:

Stella McCartney at the annual Christmas lights switch-on ceremony, December 10, 2012

The award-winning 41-year-old designer looked all dolled up in a tweed miniskirt suit, which we believe is from her own collection (fall 2012 collection to be exact). She wore black tights, and her hair looked very sleek, too! It looked like she was about to go to a meeting, actually, but in a very stylish way.

Although her wardrobe choice and hairstyle kind of looked classic and minimal, her choice of shoes somewhat transformed her entire outfit. Here they are:

Stella McCartney in Stella McCartney fall 2012 boots

How do you like that? This certainly modernized her getup, right? Although the suit is a classic, this boot added some modern, playful look to her entirety!

Stella McCartney Croc Effect Fall 2012 Boots, $523.84

We all know that Stella McCartney is a vegetarian and that she supports PETA and does not use leather or fur in her designs. This is why these fall 2012 boots are made only from faux leather. Obviously, no animal was used in the making of these boots either; the crocodile-textured effect here is indeed just an effect. It looks real, huh?

Aside from that, I also love the silhouette of this boot, thanks to the pointed toe, the covered stiletto heel, and the contrasting white platform that measures about 5.7 and 1.5 inches, respectively. By the way, the contrast-colored platform also makes these boots a lot edgier!

For easy on and off, elastic panel and gold-tone zipper fastening are available on the inside.

Love the boots? Get yours now at Farfetch.

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