March 10, 2012

How to wear: Desert boots

Desert boots are very versatile shoes (unless it's raining). Perfect for casual and semi-casual occassions also perfect for school or work. Edgy and totally classy and chic, desert boots! Desert boots will look good if you match it well. Desert boots can be styled with jeans, shorts, suits and cargo pants. The most bought boots are the sand, beige and brown ones. But it's very hard to wear them in the perfect way! So I got some looks for you guys!
(A link for Clarks desert boots in many prints.)

- Samiyac Cusman

- Pink blouse
- White chino shorts
- Red Desert boots
- Cardigan
- Blouse
- Green/beige Desert boots

- Leather Jacket
- Black denim
- Desert boots
- Rayban glasses

- Brown/orange jacket
- White shirt
- Brown tote
- Denim pants
- Brown desert boots

- Dark brown trenchcoat
- Light blue denimpants
- Brown suede desert boots

- Blue blazer
- Hermés belt
- Checkered pants
- Desert boots


  1. My choice of footwear this summer, is the Desert Classic Clarks sand suede boot. (J.Crew also makes an excellent version, a little darker). These shoes are a signal bohemian atmosphere 70s, and I'll wear it with light pants and socks are not just sporty cotton remain quietly hidden in the PED your feet cool. The eye preparation of inspiration from last summer - lace-up leather shoes without socks - seems too polished, assembled and tested. Save shoes without socks for the Clarks Sandals high-water jeans. While the desert boots may take some time to have the right in (those pesky white crepe soles!) You definitely worth the wait. And a little more configuration, change the laces under the pale, dark, contrasting pair. There are a couple, and I feel in the desert boots to cope with the Clarks Slippers heat.


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