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How to wear: Boots

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This time a year, at least for us based in Sweden, is a dark and cold time and that requires some serious boots to keep your feet warm. It can be hard to stay stylish during this time but don't worry, FRONTMEN is here to help. We put together three killer outfits to our three favorite boots that will make you the best looking gentleman in town.

By Henrik Malmberg | Guide | 2016-01-19

Dressed up

How to wear boots dressed up

BOOTS

RM Williams

BAG

Brooks

DUFFLE COAT

Gloverall

T-SHIRT

Filippa K

TROUSERS

Hugo Boss

A quiet dressed up look like this requires a dressed up boot. One of our absolute favorite is the RM Williams Chelsea Boots in nice brown suede. It has a slim and neat shape and the suede adds a luxury look to it. With these boots you want to keep the rest of the outfit clean and dressed and therefore the double breasted jacket from Oscar Jacobson is a great choice. The big lapels give you attitude and the unconstructed shoulders makes the jacket not to dressed up as well. We don't want the outfit to be to dressed up which makes it harder to pull of during your work week and that's why a clean white t-shirt is perfect underneath instead of a shirt. Although if your planning on rocking this outfit on the weekend, why not throw on a white crisp shirt and you're ready for that Saturday night dinner. To avoid the suit look which also feels a bit to over dressed we paired the jacket with a pair of nice grey trousers from Hugo Boss. The blue in the jacket and the brown in the shoes goes perfect with the grey in the trousers. When it comes to the details and the accessories you want to pick up the brown color from the shoes and a brown leather belt and bag does the trick. During cold months like this the classic duffle coat from Gloverall is perfect to casually throw on to keep you warm and a scarf protects your neck from the cold winter winds.

Lumberjack-style

How to pull off the lumberjack look

BACKPACK

Sandqvist

PARKAS

Woolrich

GLOVES

Dents

BEANIE

Gant Rugger

JEANS

Neuw

SOCKS

NN07

SWEATER

Gant Rugger

The lumberjack look. We love this robust boots from Red Wing Shoes and there are really several ways and outfits you can wear with these. The easiest and best looking way is probably the one we are showing you here. A pair of nice raw denim jeans from Neuw paired with a clean yet fun, thanks to the print, college sweater from Gant Rugger. When the temperature begins to creep down you better look for a great parkas and thats exactly what Woolrich offers. It has a slim fit which is preferable with a parkas, otherwise it will just look big and boxy on you. Give your outfit a color splash with a great beanie from Gant Rugger and top it of with a suitable backpack for this outfit from the hottest bag brand out there right now, Sandqvist. Don't be afraid to rock this look in the city, it's not just for hiking in the woods or chopping down a tree, it's perfect a the cold winter day.

Rock 'n' roll-style

Så bär du kängor på ett rockigt sätt

BOOTS

Dr Martens

SCARF

Hugo Boss

T-SHIRT

Filippa K

GLOVES

Dents

LEATHER JACKET

Frontmen Collection

Rock on! The hardest and most bad ass look of the three. Lay the foundation of the outfit with these well-polished and great boots from Dr Martens. In this outfit we tried something different by putting our very own leather jacket under a coat and it works. Thanks to how soft and flexible the leather jacket is it works perfect almost as a sweater under the coat J.Lindeberg. It also brings a nice contrast between the shiny look of the leather and the more matte look of the coat. Pair all this with a pair of tight black jeans and some luxury suede gloves from Dents. Now you're ready to go rock 'n' roll on the streets and stil not freeze during the winter months.

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