Saturday daytime disco looks 💃🏻 obsessed with this 70s seashell necklace I just got from @deargolden 😍

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Katharine Page launched her eponymous label in 2013 with equestrian-inspired sandals. Designed with the horse show woman in mind, the luxe, leather styles travel easily from summers at home to winter destinations. Packed into tack trunks or suitcases, they’re always at the ready for the barn dinner that almost always follows a long day at the show, from Wellington to Thermal and everywhere in between.

Over the past four years, the brand has grown from its initial seven designs to include ballet flats, keeping with Page’s dedication to the classic and timeless. Recently moving the bulk of production from Portugal to Italy, Page also believes in slow growth to maintain the highest quality of leather and fancy stitching for her shoes.

“Horses and fashion go together,” Page said. “I’m proud of my shoes, and I stand behind my brand.”

New this year are two styles that incorporate linen alongside the bridle-inspired leather. The Newmarket ($375), interpreted from the classic Newmarket boot, comes in both black and brown colorways and the Menlo ($375) is inspired by Page’s personal favorite bridle and features a small metal stud.

Whether worn with breeches (before and after a ride) or with jeans or with a dress, these slides work for nearly all occasions, from morning to night. And bonus: they’re the perfect excuse to keep up that pedi game throughout the winter months.

NewMarket Criss Cross Slides in Jet Black

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