In an attempt to make the most of this in-between season—before the weather gets too cold to even entertain the idea of going bare-legged—we’ve been sporting dresses and boots nonstop. However, with mini, midi and maxi-length dresses to choose from—as well as ankle, calf, knee-high and over-the-knee boot options at our disposal—deciding upon a suitable pairing isn’t easy. Which is exactly why we’ve turned to celebrities.
While a cinched waist is a timeless trait, it’s one which has fallen off the radar somewhat in high fashion circles due to the ever-growing fondness for a loose, undefined silhouette. Next season, however, it’s all change, and we’ll be reaching for our belts to wrap around everything, from knits to coats and everything in-between.
Hiking is the miller’s pleasure … and we have a new opportunity to style our hiking boots. Anyone who loves his hiking boots , but believes that they can only wear them in the mountains, is wrong and has not noticed anything of the new trend. Hiking boots are not only super comfortable and sturdy, you can also experience a lot in them. Especially the combination with animal print makes the look super exciting and sexy. Whether you grab the animal top, coat or skirt is up to you. Main thing wild!
Comfy, edgy and trendy the Dr Marten boots are the must have at the streetwear for cold seasons. The British brand has been a fashion go-to for decades, cropping up in the wardrobes of both fashion’s elite and casual comfort-seekers around the world. Once combat boots were typically worn by young and rebellious generations. But now is easy to see a lot of stylish people and celebrities pairing them with skinny jeans or silk dress by the streets.
When off-duty, Dakota Johnson pairs the boots to a destructured men’s blazer and a check shirt, while Jessica Alba opts for a blazer and a light graphic long dress. Gigi Hadid teams her boots with a bomber and a sporty cropped top while model Behati Prinsloo wears hers with a fitted mini dress at a party or with distressed jeans.
Find out now ho to wear your Dr. Martens boots!
It´s tuesday again and it´s time to keep on checking the 90´s models that we are using now a days.
Square Toes: After years of pointy toe perseverance, this clunky shape is having a minute in the style spotlight. And because it was low-key made cool by the Gucci loafer, how can you not be on board?
Mules: Once confined to just the bedroom, this originally ancient Roman style was thought of as very risqué until it was finally worn out in public in 1694. Over 300 years later, Marilyn Monroe and other pin-up stars began rocking the backless shoe on the reg. The ’90s rendition featured a chunkier heel, and women were often spotted wearing them with socks. Mules were seen at all four fashion week cities for spring/summer 2018, with everything from satin to velvet and suede options.
Chunky Oxfords: First appearing on men in Scotland and Ireland in the 17th century and named after Oxford University, this style gained popularity much later with a heightened, chunkier iteration. Shoes like these are a great choice for the weekend because they’re comfortable and low-key.