Feminine, flattering and available in three adorable designs, Olivellies are the new knee-high boots by Oliveira. 

The shapely riding boot design is Oliveira’s stylish answer to the notorious British summer – and a great way for women to get from A to B in style.
Each comfy pair of Olivellies features a supple, material upper that retains its shape and is 100% waterproof from top to toe, making them ideal for commuting, shopping, strolling and enjoying summer events and festivals.
The boots also boast a discreet zip-up seam that makes them a breeze to pop on – and helps stop unsightly ‘wrinkly knees’ when tucking in jeans or trousers.
Olivellies are £60 a pair with free delivery and returns from www.oliveira.uk.com.
  • Trim and snappy in classical dog-tooth check, Olivellies Houndstooth are ready to take on any UK landscape – and look particularly striking on the high street or while out walking with a pet pooch. The flattering coal-black and tawny duotone design is sensational with denims, black tights or even bare legs!
  • Olivellies Star
  •  is a fabulously fashionable street-wear design that looks cute and cosy when wrapped up for winter and oh-so sassy with jeans, jodhpurs or leggings. The shaped ankle boot is seamlessly topped by the soft, black and buff fabric upper that is fully waterproof and washes clean in seconds
  • Funky, fun and utterly fabulous, Olivellies Leopard are a must for anyone who loves their footwear to say something about them. We know women will want to wear their Leopards a lot, and so while they’re designed to be kittenishly soft and comfortable, they’re also made to last. 
Olivellies are part of an exclusive range of designer products from Oliveira, which also offers a Spring/Summer 2012 collection of ‘toe post’ shoes – a distinctive new style of high heel that shows off feet to perfection – plus its popular and innovative non-drip Olibrolly umbrella that is an absolute must for the British summer.
Further details on the Oliveira designer range is available at www.oliveira.uk.com

Donald Earl

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