What casual leather & lace-up boots to wear at work

If you’re looking for Work - Casual outfit ideas featuring leather & lace-up boots, our stylists have done the work for you. Browse the different combinations they’ve put together below.

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Meet your hardest-working outfit

The key to making basic pieces look considered is simple: get the fit right. Anything baggy or skin-tight will distract from the classic vibe.

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Consider contrast

Light and dark tones pair perfectly together, especially if you want to create contrast. To achieve this, team your white jeans with a casual navy tee and shirt, before finishing with black lace-up boots.

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A fresh take on practical dressing

Just because an outfit’s practical doesn’t mean it has to scrimp on style. Take this look, for instance. A khaki raincoat (or parka) is a hardworking staple that looks slick layered over black skinny jeans. For extra cool points, add chunky lace-up boots.

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Try a shearling leather jacket

It doesn't get cosier than this jacket. Our styling advice? We’d contrast the textures by layering yours atop a pair of cargo trousers and a knitted rollneck. Top the look off with lace-up leather boots.

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Head-to-toe black

Going down a monochrome route is an easy way to make your outfits look more considered. Play with texture, like leather against cotton, to mix things up.

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Modern double-denim

There’s a misconception that double denim has to mean matching – it doesn’t, and shouldn’t. Grey and black work well together and look cool, not kitsch.

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Winter warmers

Combining the warmth of a cord shirt and a thick, cosy parka will ease you through the coldest winter days. Leather boots finish the cool, outdoorsy look.

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Lean into layering

Clever layering is key during the transitional months. Our favourite combo? A plaid shirt over a ribbed knit. The two heavy fabrics create a rugged look, and will save you reaching for your puffer jacket for a few more weeks.

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