Senso’s Everly Boot expresses the Australian label’s effortless approach to staple wardrobe styles.
They’re crafted from a sueded leather with a high reaching knee-high cuff, squared toe, and a contrast-toned brown block heel.
A subtle side zip fastening ensures a streamline finish.
Style them with a simple sweater and tailored midi skirt.
Designer colour: Ebony
High reaching cuff finishes below the knee
Concealed inner zip
Contrast brown 8 cm block heel
Fits true to size, pick your normal size
100% Suede Leather Upper and Leather Lining
Designed in Australia
Footwear label Senso was founded in the 80s by husband-and-wife duo Scarlett and Kim Meller, who were inspired by a desire to create high-quality yet affordable footwear. To this day, Senso remains an Australia owned and designed label.
From wardrobe staples to eye-catching fashion-forward silhouettes, Senso’s aesthetic and distinct point-of-view has gained the label a loyal following both Australia-wide and internationally with the likes of Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid wearing the brand’s shoes.
Senso creates women’s shoes with confident, contemporary designs that combine with the finest materials and trims, embodying a relaxed luxury.
From wardrobe staples to eye-catching fashion-forward silhouettes, Senso designs with a distinct point-of-view that has gained the label a loyal following both Australia-wide and internationally with the likes of Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid wearing the brand’s shoes.
Expect high-octane designs that elevate your trans-seasonal wardrobe without sacrificing comfort.
You may return your item within 14 days of receiving your purchase. Items returned outside this period will not be accepted.
All return shipping for ‘change of mind’ is at the expense of the purchaser – your purchase will be credited less the cost of return shipping.
All returns deemed faulty will be refunded including the cost of return shipping.
We do not accept returns on SALE items.
We cannot accept returns on undergarments, hosiery, jewellery or sale items unless the goods have been deemed faulty