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The Australian Shoe Brand You Need to Know About

Making sleek and stylish shoes for every occasion, Australian brand Alias Mae should be in everyone’s wardrobe. Founded by Aussie Tom Kirkhope back in 2011, Alias Mae shoes are carefully designed out of Kirkhope’s studio in Port Melbourne and, in maintaining a sense of exclusivity and individuality for the wearer, often only produces eight pairs per colour.

While the shoe designer told The Trend Spotter the one and only time he’s worn heels ended in him falling over, Kirkhope designs high quality and highly coveted heels and boots. Using top quality handmade leather, Alias Mae shoes are made to last and leave an impression. Here are our top picks from this year’s Autumn/Winter collection.

The CONNIE

If you’re considering jumping on the knee-high boots bandwagon, look no further than CONNIE. With a stylish pointed toe and stiletto heel, these boots can elevate any outfit.

The EDEN

If you prefer a chunkier heel, the EDEN boots are a must. With a zip at the back and a block heel, these ankle boots make for a comfortable everyday shoe.

The JINNY

If you’ve been intrigued by the cowboy boots trend, but can’t see yourself wearing a pair just yet, you can quite literally dip your toes in with the JINNY knee-high boots. With a rounded top and pull-tab detail that is reminiscent of the cowboy boot, these are the perfect stylish take on the recent trend.

The PAYTON

Remember the gladiator sandal trend of the early 2010s? We unfortunately do, but thankfully Alias Mae has revived the trend with a gladiator-style sandal minus the rows and rows of straps to create a pair of sandals that are actually stylish and comfortable.

The RONNI

Offering a Chelsea boot style with a convenient zip running down the centre, the RONNI boots are another winter staple shoe that is perfect for everyday wear.

Looking to find the perfect pair of winter boots? Discover our Editor-approved picks here.

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