When you say Timberland, you immediately think of the famous yellow boots that distinguished the look of “paninari” in the 80s. The story of the boots starts from the typical tradition of the lumberjacks, that has always influenced the creation of the Timberland’s collections. With time, the brand has continued to broaden its horizons, trying to bring its sense of strength to a whole other set of boots, shoes and clothes.
For the Fall/Winter 2014 collection, for example, Timberland presents the Stormbuck Brogue Oxford Shoes, very refined lace-up shoes, that I decided to use in this outfit. Suitable for various occasions, they are made with polished and waterproof leather, good for the rain we will face soon, and that have the typical lace pattern of brogue models. Along with this pair of shoes, I decided to wear its Stoneham Slim Fit Chino Pant, the resistant cotton chino washed pant, suitable for a casual but elegant look.
The bold touch of the outfit is given by the Frankie-Hò shirt, an item that takes his inspiration from the cutting of the typical turkish caftan, which adds a series of more street geometric patterns in black and white. The look is completed by the geometric sunglasses by H&M.
I was wearing
Brogue Oxford shoes: TIMBERLAND
Chino pant: TIMBERLAND
photo by Giacinto Mozzetta