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What Footwear to Buy Now for AW16

Try all you like to cling on to summer but soon we’re going to have to admit that the colder months have arrived. To get you ahead of the game, we’ve created the below guide to autumn/winter 2016 footwear trends – what they are, when to wear them and what to wear with them.

Desert Boots 

Desert boots are probably your most flexible choice for winter footwear as they can be teamed with any outfit you please. Available for winter in blacks, greys and deep browns, they can be teamed with chinos and skinny jeans for an autumn look you can wear with pride.

Clarks Originals
Clarks Originals


Trainers have had quite the resurgence in the past few seasons. Just because the colder months have set in, it doesn’t mean that trainers can’t continue to shine. For AW16, look for structured trainers, in black, leather or suede for a smarter edge – and choose shoes that can withstand the winter weather. Team with black jeans or dress trousers and a white shirt or t-shirt to cross the border between casual and professional.

New Balance
New Balance

Chelsea Boots 

Chelsea Boots have had more fashion comebacks than we can count and it’s looking like 2016 is no exception. So, how do you wear this classic with the appropriate seasonal edge? Well, they’re great for the office and can be paired with a suit without compromising on dress code. For a casual look, throw on straight-jeans or drainpipes with a pair of black or leather suede Chelsea boots and you’re good to go.

Dune London
Dune London

Brogues Boots 

Definitely more along the formal line, brogue boots are a classic shoe and a worthy investment in anyone’s wardrobe; they can withstand the winter weather, and look flawlessly smart. When dressing brogue boots, you have to keep things sharp - a suit for the office and a dress shirt and trousers for a smart night out.

Oliver Sweeney
Oliver Sweeney


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