Set off your winter look with these must have boots; from the desert to Chelsea and beyond. Here's FS magazine's top style picks...
These low rise, two lace desert boots are clean and minimal, the perfect partner for your trusty jeans.
Red suede two lace boots £95 Clarks Original
Grey Suede £55 River Island, Tan suede £38 Jack & Jones at Sports Direct, Sand suede £89 Kurt Geiger
This season sees the suede Chelsea boot take centre stage, a classic style for any occasion.
The quintessential leather ankle boot with elastic side panels conquered the world with the 60s mod scene but date back to the Victorian era. Those naughty-but-nice lads The Beatles famously wore them in the UK, but bands like Velvet Underground picked up on the style and gave them an edgier rep. Not to be confused with the Cuban heel – a more raised ‘cowboy boot-style heel – as favoured by Prince and other shorties.
Brown & purple £149 Jones Bootmaker, Tan with blue £150 Ted Baker, Light brown £100 Religion
A warm welcome to your new go-to casual boot; these bad boys will see you through the colder months with dry socks.
Red boots £120 Timberland
Camo print £60 ASOS, Tan leather £55 Rock & Religion at ASOS, Blue and red £35 Karrimor at Sports Direct
AW16 sees an updated leather worker hitting stores with white gum soles and clean seams. Perfect every day.
Brown with orange piping Dune £110
Dark brown leather £130 Kurt Geiger, Tan £140 Timberland, Black with white sole £130 Chippewa at Sports Direct
Smarten up in this classic boot; they’re the answer to all of your ‘smart-casj’ problems.
Olive green suede £74.99 Office
The term ‘brogue’ refers not to a shoe’s shape but the pattern of small circles cut into the leather, thought to have been developed in Ireland in the 16th century as a means of draining the shoes of water when walking in bogs. ‘Oxford’ or ‘Derby’ brogues defines the style of lacing, not the pattern. As for when they can be worn. Well, at any time these days, though super-posh types may frown upon them at Black Tie affairs. Whatevs.
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