New Demonia Darkness SHOE ME

New Demonia Darkness

This week a huge shipment of Demonia's have arrived at our warehouse! Jam packed with boots, creepers and platforms. 
The great thing about these specific styles is the fact that they are great for girls and girls so for this weeks blog and next weeks (there are soo many styles we need to split it into two posts!) we are focusing on all of these unisex pieces.
TORMENT-713 Black Vegan Leather  - $164.95
Have you been searching for that perfect winter ankle boot to wear with skinny jeans and tights? Torment-713 is here to be that boot! A stunning chunky heel and platform combo you can wear with literally everything. Featuring a 5 1/2 Inch Heel, 3 Inch Platform  these boots have a lace up front and zip up back. With a Removeable Coffin Shaped Font Panel with Inverted Cross Studding Details. All topped off with a little sliver skull. These are definitely a must have winter wardrobe staple. 
Love the boots but need something a little more spikey? Torment-500 is the perfect mix of 70's retro and full spikey gothic goodness. With the same heel and platform height on a loafer style shoe. Featuring an Embossed Skull Patch and Round Stud Details on Vamp, & Spiky Cone Studs on Heel. So bold and strong! 
Now lets focus on wedges. Stomp is a brilliant new boot that is customizable to fit your tastes and personality. Featuring a 4 3/4 Inch Platform Lace-Up Wedge Bootie, Inside Zip and Fishnet Overlay on grey velvet , Eyelets on Outer Side Panel, Non-Functioning Zipper Detail on Tongue, and D-Rings with Various Dangling Charms. Wow could any more be packed into one boot? While that sounds like a lot chaos these boots are perfect designed and the clip on and off charms make your styling choices endless.
Last but not least we have the chunky Bear-105! A platform boot with some super unique and brilliant features. Featuring a 4 1/2 Inch (114mm) Tiered Platform Ankle Boot Featuring Clear PVC Outside Pocket with Spider, Bat & Chain Replica & Front Buckle-Up Closure. And yes those spiders and bats do glow in the dark.
What's you pick?
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