Craig shows us two distinctly different styles while wearing a pair of autumn winter brogue boots from the new range at Deichmann
With over 400 different styles of men’s shoes in stock Deichmann are a pretty big hitter in the footwear market. From humble beginnings in a German cobblers over 100 years ago, they are now one of Europe’s market leaders, having a presence in over 25 countries and over 3,800 stores. Holding everything from sports shoes, walking boots and classic brogues, you’re going to find a style you want.
Most recently however they have launched a brand new range of brogues, some classic, some with interesting twists, just like the boots that I’m wearing. For this sponsored post I wanted to show you how a single pair of boots can be worn in two distinctly different ways. One super smart, one casual. So often guys think that because a shoe looks smart that it can’t be dressed down. Well, it can and I’m here to show you how.
The boots that I chose are the Borelli two tone formal lace up boots. Perfect for the season, they have a classic vintage look to them. Very on trend, they are made from leather with a plastic sole. With a zipper on the side and laces, they’re easy to get on and are comfortable to wear. The high shine and burnished toe are nice touches and they’re a boot that makes a bit of a statement.
Look One – Super Smart
With the cooler weather upon us, it was time to break out the three piece wool suit. In tones of brown and with an orange blue window pane check running though it, I thought it was a perfect suit for these boots.
I added a crisp white cotton shirt and a floral tie in autumnal tones, and this smart look is complete.
Look Two – Casual
Looking just as good with jeans as they do with a suit, these boots are very versatile. For this look I chose a fairisle sweater, this one was from H&M last year but there are many similar styles available in stores and online. The slim fit jeans are from Burton Menswear.
I see so many guys automatically pull out a pair of trainers when they wear jeans. I don’t understand this. I hear comments that they are more comfortable than shoes. I disagree, I think it’s just a perception as I own both and wear both but have no preference when it comes to comfort as both are just as comfortable in my opinion.
I hope you approve of the two looks that I’ve put together for you and maybe I’ve introduced another option for you when you’re looking for your next pair of shoes, boots or trainers. Please let me know what you think, and feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of this post. Thanks for stopping by.