Cartia wore these knee-high leather boots that feature a thick pointed toe to the Romance Was Born fashion show.
She opted to style her boots with a 70s leaning, high-slit, Pucci patternesque midi dress with her hair styled like Morticia Addams.
Violet Grace Atkinson
Violet has paired her Sportmax suit with Bottega Veneta shoes, which are the most iconic version of this trend responsible for ushering it back into the mainstream.
Her choice to curate her ultra-feminine outfit with those boulevard stompers feels unexpected and vibrant.
Nawal chose to contrast elegance with punk for her Australian Fashion Week outfit, which is the perfect juxtaposition and proves just how versatile the trend can be.
The shoes completely elevate the Zimmerman dress, and the way Nawal's black hijab, black bag and black boots are styled together is cohesive and visually satisfying.
Saskia Teje Jenkins
The model has had a few boot moments throughout this year's fashion week, and she's dabbled in boxy toed ops to thick flat soles.
Both looks are styled in unique ways and evoke different vibes, which is more proof that this trend fits any occasion if styled thoughtfully.
Here are some street style moments from Australian Fashion Week that prove this trend is everywhere.
Get in touch with your rioter soul by picking up your own edit of this fire trend.
Therapy Yosemite Black PU, $119.95 from Universal Store.
AERE Chunky Leather Sock Boots, $199.00 from The Iconic.
Alias Mae Pixie, $289.95 from The Iconic.
Tony Bianco Seattle Black Como Calf Boots, $279.95 from Tony Bianco.
CAM, $289.95 from Alias Mae.
Crews Black Como Ankle Boots, $200.00 from Tony Bianco.
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