When I first learned of high-end footwear boutique Leffot, I thought their name was pronounced “le-faught” instead of the actual pronunciation “le-foh“. You’re welcome for saving you the Leffot-pas when you visit to gape at their latest from Corthay.
The Parisian shoemaker uses only the highest quality materials with the most painstaking methods and their Wilfrid Balmoral is no exception. The lace-up combines a calfskin vamp and heel with an indigo denim quarter. Your white socks won’t know what hit ’em.
This level of detail comes at a rather staggering price though, you can pick up a pair for $1,950 at Leffot (and for that price you can probably pronounce it however you want).