Love the thin sole on the second pair but yeah, prob not best for this time of year.
Bressler Black | Boots | H By Hudson
Wasn't expecting them to but the washed black ones have come back in stock. Just pondering over them or some Clarks Originals in brown leather. I think that the Hudson's could be a versatile boot, it appeals since they're quite unique in comparison to the Clarks. Not quite 100% though.
I would be thinking that the Hudson boots would look good with basic things like:
Top man oat knit cardigan
White Oxford shirt / denim shirt (few buttons undone up top)
(Just the wardrobe basics ATM!)
So I'm new here obviously, I came here for help with this piece above. I've owned this relic for a short while and have never really been able to pull off a good look with it. It fits perfectly and I hate for it to just sit there! So i'm coming to the experts.
Any tips or help at all and you'll be my heroes!
I'm new here,
I am going to buy a new pair or jeans and i want to know which color would
Go best with My pair of dark brown Zara lace up boots
Indigo, dark blue, blue, faded??etc
I will probably buy slim jeans
here is a pic of the boots I have
LACE-UP ANKLE BOOTS - Shoes - Man - ZARA Japan
By the way this website is amazing, wish I'd found it earlier
Thanks in advance to anybody who can help!! :)
I picked up this shirt a couple of weeks ago, want to build an outfit around it for the weekend and just wondered what you guys would pair with it?
Indigo Denim Jeans, perhaps a grey jumper over the top.
No offence, but I remember seeing this shirt in an AS store and thinking it was horrible. I'd cover it up as much as possible, as I can only see it looking good on its own with the sleeves rolled over a pair of tailored, navy shorts in the summer.
Ha, I liked the shirt when I first saw it in an FB article, when I saw it in the sale for £22.50 I had to buy it.
It defo is more of a summer thing, perhaps I am jumping the gun.
I can see it looking good with skinny sand chinos and some loafers / brogues tbh.
Any other opinions on it?
- chinos- dark blue might go and provide a similar look to the dark jeans, but I'd suggest trying green (either a dark green or subtle green/brown shade might go well) or deep reds (such as burgundy) if you are feeling daring.
- checked shirt- the tattersall pattern shirt is a bit of a cliche with this sort of jacket (think red faced farmer and you know what I mean) but a slight, not too obvious, check would go well with this sort of checked jacket. Alternatively, an off white undyed colour would be a good accompaniment.
- knitwear- a v-necked jumper would be an obvious way to go but a wool top with collar (buttoned or zipped) would give a more casual thrown together look. Colours will depend on what else you are wearing, but again picking up on the green, red and tan shades in the jacket seems a reasonable way to go.