Fashion Trend: Hiking Boots
Styling Tips for the Trendy Hiking Look
It’s all over town: The next hot trend on the street is hiking boots. Rustic, robust, ankle-high, laced up and with a coarse grip sole – wearing them you can casually hike through town and country. Correctly read: even in the city, the comfortable boats are quite impressive. If you combine your hiking boots in cool way…
Two Stylish Ways to Wear Your Hiking Boots
Casual with Jeans …
The combination of jeans and hiking boots is certainly something you can come up with even without styling advice. But pay attention to the details: for a cool rustic look, the boots should not be covered by the jeans – whether casually rolled up or properly tucked into the stockings is up to you. Thick woolen socks are also a good idea: you’ll always have warm feet and an authentic look at the same time. And if it gets too warm in them, just wear shorts instead of long jeans! Important for urban styling is the balance between sporty and more elegant pieces. A well-cut sweater or blouse gives the look that certain urban touch.
… or as a Break of Style with a Skirt
What at first glance doesn’t seem to fit together, looks really cool in real life. Hiking boots with dresses or skirts are a nice break with the usual dress codes and for that very reason they are very fashionable at the moment. The stark contrast between feminine looks and tough boots needs a little sense of style – think of Amélie in the eponymous French movie from 2001. She embodies the style perfectly! The more delicate the top, the tougher the boots can be. In summer with bare legs, in autumn and winter with coloured tights, miniskirts or long flutter dresses and cuddly thick cardigans. Pay attention to harmonious shades of colour, they hold the look together and do not let it look “thrown together”.
Grünbein goes Hiking
Grünbein is well prepared for the current active trend: First there’s Louis – the “master shoe” and bestseller of the Grünbein collection. According to legend, it was already made in 1890 by the Swiss shoemaker Louis as a working shoe for local mountain farmers. Grünbein discovered the shoe at a flea market in Zurich and had it copied as true to the original as possible. In memory and appreciation of the builder, we christened the robust lace-up shoe Louis.
These Louis are Made for Walking
Ain’t no Noa High Enough
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