Style Guide: Shades of tan
Tan boots can be just as, if not more versatile, than their black counterparts!
When it comes to purchasing a new pair of boots, many of us opt for black without giving it any thought. This is usually because we see black as a classic colour which will pair easily with everything in our wardrobes and a shade we will never tire of.
However, we think tan is a strong choice for versatility. The shade works in both the warmer and cooler months, by adding some warmth and colour to your outfit, and making your boots stand out that little bit more - what's not to love?
So let us show you... we've put together five styling suggestions for the warmer months, and we have also given advice on how to switch it up when the weather changes, which we hope will inspire and intrigue. If you didn't think a tan boot could work for all occasions, you certainly will after reading the rest of this blog!
A contemporary take on the classic Chelsea ankle boot, and a great one at that; remaining perfectly wearable despite its elevated design. The rich tan colour is what truly makes this style so unique. A lighter shade of tan to that typically available, this soft suede gives the boots a luxe and contemporary feel, perfect for when trainers just don't cut it.
Balla in Tan Suede refreshes casual style, with ease. The suede will add another texture to your outfit, but thanks to the laces and brogue detail, the style remains relaxed. For winter, layer with a chunky knit and tights for a cosy-luxe feel.
Corsley will take the stress out of deciding what to wear on a daily basis, without ever compromising your personal style. The perforated leather and Cuban heel elevate this boot and will do the same for your outfit regardless of the season.
Sherwood is that easy knee-high style we all know and love. With a small buckle and minimal tread sole, the style has attractive details whilst remaining understated. Offset the biker style by pairing with more feminine dresses and simple accessories year-round.
Brampton tops off any boho-inspired outfit perfectly. The mid-calf style is relaxed in its nature, thanks also to the gaucho-style leather, which is unique and individual to every boot. What's more, the style is sure to look equally as great with your favourite pair of black or blue jeans in the winter, removing any limitations when it comes to the seasons.
Let us know if you have been inspired and be sure to share your styling tips and tricks with us over on our social channels! What's more, tag us in your images using #myduoboots as we love to see and share your outfits with our supportive community!