We always used to believe that leather boots give a punk-rock touch to our looks. And indeed it is. But a minimal style can definitely make a less “strong” change to our leather boots and make our outfit cleaner. To demonstrate it, in this outfit, I examined a pair of boots with a strongly punk impressione: Dr Martens Maychild. They are a pair of boots that pays tribute to ‘individualism typical of punk with splashes of graffiti, square and round studs, and the contrast between black and white leather in various parts of the shoes.
Staying on the same monochromatic palette, I created a more sober look with a black fleece pants (with a particular geometric decoration in vest) by CYH Clap Your Hand, a black tshirt by Genius and a short white leather jacket from Zara. To make all the outfit a little more sophisticated and to soften the allure of the punk boots, I decided to use a cardigan/hood in cotton byArt 259 Design, whose highlight is the wide neck turning into a hood. For the eyes I chose my faithful Sabbath by Valley Eyewear.
In my opinion this is a great way to use leather boots for a more formal event.
I was wearing
Boots: DR MARTENS
Pants: CYH CLAP YOUR HAND
Leather jacket: ZARA
Cardigan/Hoodie: ART 259 DESIGN
Sunglasses: VALLEY EYEWEAR
photo by Giacinto Mozzetta