How to Style Men's Boots

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How to Style Men's Boots

If you're looking for a way to stay fashionable this winter, then look no further. Here are some tips on how to wear boots with your outfit and still have that sleek and stylish look.

Boots are a great way to protect your feet from the cold and rain. With so many options and brands to choose from, where do you even start?

Luckily for you, we’ve got the best winter boots in store are we’re here with some helpful tips on how to wear boots for a sleek and fashionable look. When choosing which style of boot is best for you, first think about what type of activities you will doing in them and what you are the most comfortable in.

Let's Dive Right in! Pairing a distressed skinny or slim fit denim with a tactical boot, like Nike’s SFB Field 2 GORE-TEXT, can toughen up a look for a night out. Simply tuck your pant leg into the boot, add a pair of interesting laces, preferably with a pop of color or an interesting pattern, and your look is complete.

Alternatively, a cap toe lace up or a Chelsea boot paired with a tailored pant are great options for a Fall work look. Take this from the office to a night out with friends, keeping it classy the entire time.

But of course, boots aren’t just limited to pants. If the weather permits, try some camouflage with a rugged hiking boot or even a textured suede chukka boot.

Looking for something more functional? Try Merrell’s Thermo Chill Mid Waterproof Boots. These have a waterproof material to keep your feet dry, but also have some insulation to keep your feet warm. These lighter weight winter boots are not only fashionable, but also have soles with a non-slip grip. Last, and probably the most commonly seen boot, are Timberland’s Premium Waterproof Boots. It’s waterproof seams and padded ankle support add to its allure. Skinny, straight, or oversized, these Boots can be paired with almost any look.

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