Where Your Feet Meet the Slush: Boots

If you’re going to try and walk anywhere in the snow, boots are a requirement. They keep your feet warm and dry, while also giving any outfit that extra “umph.” Below are a few of our preferences:

Lance on Boots

Military or combat style boots are very popular right now and are great for everyday or a casual night out.

Military lace-up boots shown here with slim, bleached grey jeans.
Military lace-up boots shown here with slim, bleached grey jeans.

You can also get a dressier pair, maybe a wing-tip style, for a more formal affair. Nowadays, in many fields of work you can get away with wearing a dressier pair of this style boot to work and then straight into the night.

Sam on Boots

Having worked in Brooklyn for the past two and half years, I’ve developed so much respect for a clean/fresh pair of Timberlands.

Wheat Timberland boots are waterproof and go with any look.
Wheat Timberland boots are waterproof and go with any look.

While seen as work/construction boots back where I’m from, Tims are a fashion necessity in my opinion. My traditional pair has endured it all and I just had them cleaned at Christmas and they came back looking just as fresh as when I first bought them, while still looking a little worn–the perfect combination. For Christmas, I requested a black pair, because while the classic wheat color goes with just about everything I really love a crisp all-black look. Black Tims don’t make an all-black look any less dressy, they just add a hint of swagger.

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Sam [@sams0ngz]

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