Versatility, masculinity and durability. Which shoe incorporates all of these adjectives? The answer is not a type of shoe. It is a boot male!
Was the archaeologist Luther Chessman who discovered the footwear oldest in the world. He felt sandals with about 10 000 years old in Oregon. The strips intricate of the relic indicate that she was not just functional, that maybe there was a concern with beauty. Since our tribal days, we value what is beautiful and gives the job.
The boots men’s evolved always with a focus on protection. Against the elements of nature, in battles, in the mount, and also on the job. The men’s shoe has only been gaining strength to the extent that life was becoming comfortable and secure. If we spent more time in cities than in the fields and forests, the otas are really necessary? You need to have a to complete your wardrobe?
To start, I’m not going to try to sell the idea that you need to have a boot men for every occasion. Fashion is a tool that passes messages to different occasions and different contexts for the people around you. The more knowledge, the more easy to choose which message passing (or how to fit/break the rules). The purpose of this article is to give an overview of the options for boots for men and share ideas of how to use each one of them.
Has a other side a little more practical, and less subjective. One of the texts that I most enjoyed writing was about the types of shoe and the construction is goodyear welted. Knowledge also helps us to purchase good products, that we will actually use and they last a fair time in exchange for our money. All of this without falling into bullshit of the seller and without depending on others to decide.
A quality footwear that fits well into your look is an investment. The boot that’s right for the correct situation can raise very much your style and personal comfort. So let’s start hitting a chat about how we can combine boots men’s with the clothes that we wear in different moments of our day-to-day. I hope to help you think in boot style that’s right for you!
How to combine boots men’s with different looks?
The different boots come with different connotations: military, bikers, skinhead, musician, manual worker, farmer, cowboy, etc. They come in many forms, and it may be more elegant than the more formal of shoes (and with even more presence). Wearing a boot formal with tailoring gives an air of stylish the there Tommy Shelby.
Notice in the details of the boot that the character wears in the photo above. There is a reason for him to have chosen this type of boot black in place of the combat boots that he certainly calçou while serving the british army in the first war. Concerned with image and looking forward for to leave behind the image of the roma swindlers to enter the high society, he needs to follow the rules of the elegance to be expected of someone in that possição at the time.
Men’s fashion is not so rigid today, but we have some details that help us match our clothes. These rules do not exist to limit. You should think of them as a north facilitator to make your decision process more efficient. One of the most important tips is to be abiding by the harmony end of the clothes and accessories that you wear.
I’m not talking about the harmony of colors or styles. You do not need to use a complete uniform. The combination I am talking about here is the level of formality. Each outfit and each shoe is more or less formal, and more secure way of getting the right choice of boot for men and which clothes to use with her is to wear clothes that are at the same level of formality.
The importance of the right combination is in evidence mainly in the formal wear, where the rules of elegance are more rigid. You do not have much to where to go, especially if it is a business environment that is conservative. If you show up with a boot a lot more casual than his suit and tie, will call attention and convey an unwanted message for colleagues for this environment.
As we descend in the scale of formality, however, the shoe becomes one of the most important factors for the general appearance of a “look”. When you exchange a shoe for a boot, the whole of the rest of the clothing gets a whole different tone.
The good thing is that when the dress code is casual, you have many options. The bad thing is that with so many variables, so are more chances of making mistakes. So, you’re more likely to send you as well if you follow some principles, and combine elements with the same degree of formality. It is here that lives that male fashion practice, of “being well dressed” (but without much individuality).
If you have a look more pointed, you can distance the degree of coincidence between one piece and another to create a personal style. Here is where are the people that we consider “stylish”, but didn’t say exactly why.
The more contrast between the various parts of your visual, the more hard it is to hit. However, the recomensa by the hit is greater. The few people that can do this are generally considered to be well stylish. Here pass those who think of fashion as a way of expressing a creative vision. Almost always, are also considered “weird” or “different” by the majority.
The cut, texture, and color are some of the details that determine the formality of an outfit. The following, I will show that in my opinion, determine how much casual is a boot.
Learn the different boots and formal boots casual
To differentiate the boots rustic work boots more aligned with and social you have to be aware of the level of formality, and for that reason, I always knock on a few keys here when I speak of footwear. They are:
The more textured the leather of the leather, the more casual
- Suede is more casual than smooth leather that is more formal than textured leather
The type of mooring laces
- Boots without laces tend to be more casual. Among the laces, the boots with tie-closed are more elegant than the tie open. As well as shoes, boots, oxford (from the left) are more formal than boots derby (on the right). You can better understand thisdifference between oxford and derby.
The thicker the sole, the more stripped the boot’s
- Rubber soles or leather soles, double are more rustic, and therefore more casual than leather soles
- I chose the photo above purpose. A boot has texture, and the other is not. A is clear, and the other dark. The one on the left had everything to be more casual than the boots in the right plus the rubber outsole tratorada leaves it heavy too for fine apparel.
When lighter the leather, the less formal the boot tends to get
- As a rule, a boot black it is more elegant than a light brown. It is obvious that you have to pay attention to other features, but if all things are equal, the darker color is almost always the most chic.
The more rounded, or high is the toe of the boot, the more informal
- The boots social tend to have the nozzle low. Work boots has nozzles more robust. Boots extreme are exceptions (something very pointy or very square). Are exceptions because styles very much out of the curve going in and out of fashion.
Boots that are wider, with forms that are more robust, are more casual
- The “time line” above shows how the shape impacts the elegance of the boot
- Back up there in the photo of the Peaky Blinder. Exchange the boot from him for a Timberland black pesadona and imagine how to mold her destoaria of the lines of a suit
- Seams double, triple, or quadruplas are signs of a boot to kick the can and work. Are, therefore, more casual
- The three boots above are very similar. All of them brown captoe. What differentiates the formality is in the details.
All of these observation points interact to form a boot more or less casual. All of the several styles of boot for men, without exception, have these different levels of formality. With time, your eye starts to notice these things and you can incorporate any style of boots in their day-to-day regulating this level with the clothes that you wear.
Let’s say you like boots with a lace-up but always wears suits? You can search for boots in the dark and more elongated, with smooth leather. Or so that you like a lot of chelsea boots, but only wears baggy pants with footprint workwear? You can opt for a boot with leather, rustic, rubber sole and rounded shape.
This way, you choose the style and purchase something that’s really going to be able to use the maximum times. Nothing to buy something and realizing that simply does not match with anything that you have. Waste of money and raw material.
Ok, I want practical examples: How to use the boot male right?
Speaking of a convenient way at the time to dress up, notice in these three photos (open in a new tab if you want to see better details):
I know that all of them are fancy. The guy works in the fashion industry and this is the role of it. I’m going to ask you to forget this and hold a little trial, because all three show very well this balance in the level of formality.
In spite of the boot in the middle to be caramel and the one on the right have soles white, the one that most catches my attention when I look at the outfit as a whole is the boots in brown on the left. Let me explain why:
The Left photo
On the left he wears a suit of dark blue wool cold with striped shirt, which are conservative elements and elegant. On the feet, pants, boots in brown design desconstruido leather and beat-up, super rustic. Will a 9 on the formality to a 0 with a “fashion statement” that would be noticed immediately in the environment where a suit that is suitable. It works for him? Maybe… the tie eye-catching, the beard, the haircut, the short hem of the pants… all this makes it clear that the guy is doing it on purpose.
Photo in the Middle
The boot of the means is a boot brogue caramel. This style of footwear has origins in the pantanos of the United Kingdom, where he was to stop at the feet of aristocrats in the uk. They calçavam when they went to their country houses, with suits and jackets of tweed, exactly the fabric combination in the photo in the middle. The tweed is also a fabric with historic, rustic, for suits and casual clothes trabalo. The boots clash a bit by the color, but does not run a lot of the level of formality of the outfit as a whole.Here, the level of formality (or casualness) is very similar (even the blue shirt and the tie from flannel are aligned in this direction). If it were not for the cut of the pants and the outsole is white, it would be the costumes of Downtown Abbey.
The third picture…you can even disregard the camouflage and imagine that it is dark blue or some shade of brown. The boots moc toe that he uses in the photo, as well as the brogue, has a design that harks back to the heavy work and hunting. The pant is tweed and passes very close. The camouflage goes to leave the tailoring more casual, bringing the blazer and the vest (the pockets, is a design of hunting) to more near the casualness of the boot, the pants and the shirt of cambria. That is, nothing that he wears is formal, in spite of the cuts that we assossiamos with tailoring and elegance.
- A boot brown style moc toe with rubber outsole white is very casual and looks heavy. For this reason, it is best with a pair of pants also casual, such as jeans, or something military/also work. You can use with a pair of chino’s, which is less casual than jeans, but it is not so far from the moc toe.
- If you put a pair of social or a suit, is talking of 8 and 80 and will draw attention and to send as well has to be quite stylish. A way to bring in the suit/pants for the social reality of the Moc Toe is to opt for something tweed, woven with history “billboard”.
- On the other hand, a boot oxford black well polished tends to look better with a suit or pants than with a pair of jeans battered.
See how the detail of the distance between the formality of the parts impact the whole?
And boots with shorts, can?
It is not that can not, but rarely is good.
It happens that Brazil is a hot country, people love the boot and want to use with the appropriate clothing for our climate. It is strange to be suited from head to ankle, and “inappropriate” on your feet, don’t you think?
In the day-to-day, short and bermuda is for anyone who is feeling a lot of heat. T-shirt, short sleeve shirt, regatta… all clothes to relieve a little heat. The boot is functional, warm, heavy. Go on the beach boot isn’t it strange? The boot alone, is lost. Is incoherent.
But this does not mean that you do not give to use in the right context. I think it’s very appropriate boot with shorts in a festival, for example. Also I think it’s necessary if you are to make a track in the heat. The boot protects the foot and prevents twists. It is also valid if it is to perform some manual task, work, cleaning the garage. The boot withstands the blow.
Some people are also able to when the rest of the outfit is as well utilitarian. A combination is a common work boots (which is the most casual possible) with breeches, jeans or camouflaged. Another that works well is a desert boot, which also is stripped. I don’t like, but some people decorate the style.
The answer to this question depends on the reason for you to want to use the boot: Like the boot to put a foot will leave you happy? Use as you wish (the desert boot, in my opinion, is the best option for anyone who wants to try). Want to be well dressed, with a consistent style? It is easier to hit by changing the boot for something more lightweight, or the shorts for a pair of jeans.
See how that works? The idea is to apply in the footwear the same note of formality that we already use in the clothes. In the same way that a suit is more formal than a pair of jeans, one boot in dark smooth leather is more formal than a boot made of suede. A boot leather of course is more stripped-down, in the same way that a suit of linen beige is casual and more pleasant for the day. When more harmonic in that scale is the combination of the clothes, the greater the chance you’ll stay stylish and well dressed. Not that this is the only way, is the most practical way to those who do not have the time nor the willingness to risk.
Now for the barrage of photos with people sending well in combinations with various styles of boot!
Inspiration: How to use the boot for male
This last one shows well the question of the degree of formality. The boot oxford this photo has textured leather and much details. When more details and textures, less formal. The stylist did the balance cool with a pair of pants of flannel.
I mixed up a little bit the proposals on the photo below to reinforce this idea that the degree of formality that I talked about at the beginning of the text.
In the photo below, the guy on the right has combined a boot derby more classical (dark brown leather smooth, textile, thin, beak down) with jeans, washed (more casual than the boots) and contrabalançou all with a navy blue blazer and a hat. In the middle, the boot is a little more casual by be clear and have brogue in capote. The jeans gross follows the same proposal, as well as the peacoat in denim and a beanie to finish. In the last photo, the boot is much more rustic, all battered, well the will with the faded denim and the jacket canvas waxed.The shirt is social, but cotton oxford collar and button down, elements as well informal.
In this other photo we see the same logic. The photo in the middle is a boot black coturno old, with smooth leather that passes for a shoe a little more elegant. The pant is social, but tissue intermediary so as not to clash with the boot. The sweater and the leather jacket also dark to complete the monochrome look as well elegant. If it were a Dr Martens down there would all be much more gross than the rest. On the right, the military boot vintage is pretty cool with the chino classic cut, and the blazer tweed, very casual (if it was a jacket, fleece cold would not work).On the left, the bar of the pants cut off and the shirt unbuttoned contribute to leave the boot even more casual. All have to face that is quite enjoyable.
For being a boot heavy can also be very good with a modern style. It balances well the proportions in the combinations below:
I hope that you liked it!
There is no rule that says you must wear boots in the winter, although this time they appear in stores and fashion magazines.
They are, without a doubt, the more practical the shoes. The height protects and supports the ankles; they are often made of heavy duty leather that deals better with the water; and many have rubber soles with grip extra at times moist.
It is by the properties aesthetic, however, that many people like to wear them, and you can do this in the entire year. The variety of styles and ways to use is huge. Honestly, how have you fit a good boot in any style.
To do this, simply choose the models that are most suitable and to be attentive to the signs of formality/casualness. If you are able to balance the degree of elegance/removal of your boots, and your wardrobe, will get into the hands (on the feet) shoes are versatile that you can use for years and years!
Ideas are not lacking. The photos are there to this: find a type of boot that combines with what you wear, but also inspire new ways of combining, and who knows, to begin to break some rules.
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