Just like bicycles, floaties, beach bars and sangria. In the same numbers as the typical flip flop or sneakers, boots have making their way around Festivals like Primavera Sound and Coachella, widely-considered one of the most glamorous of all festivals. A kind of footwear you shouldn’t rule out for your summer wardrobe.
(Coachella 2017. Picture: El País)
The Chukka boot is more ‘casual’ footwear. In suede and summer colors like navy blue, reddish or in lighter shades, these are perfect for an evening outfit or for a pre-dinner terrace, or even a ‘casual’ office look.
If you are looking for something more classic, the Jean Box by Andrés Sendra in black or brown are a good option.
In a more modernized version, the Balmoral boot is the key to making a riskier, more modern and authentic-looking outfit. By combining 2 burgundy tones or in navy blue and leather for a more rascally look, you’re sure to leave your footprint behind on the pavement!
A biker style such as the Benny Country model from Andrés Sendra in brown or black matched with jeans and a tight t-shirt are other options we might suggest for this summer.
And, of course, Chelsea boots continue to be the stars of any eye-catchingly stylish wardrobe. They can go as well with a Monday-at-the-office look as they can with a Friday night bar-hopping. Laceless and with their characteristic elastic bands, go bold with colors in brown, cherry, black or navy blue.
These boots are made for walking … in summer!