What leather & lace-up boots to wear for an evening out

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Dressing up denim

The darker the denim, the dressier the jeans. We've enhanced that even more by throwing on a single-breasted overcoat and lace-up leather boots (as opposed to trainers, for instance).

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Let the outerwear do the talking

Just the hint of colour peeking through the navy pea coat is enough to stop this outfit feeling boring. Particularly with work boots to give it a rugged edge.

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Dial down your colours

There’s no need to put all your pale clothes away when summer is over. Instead, pair lighter colours with darker tones, like grey or brown, to anchor them.

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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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Why black is good for bad weather

If you've ever been splashed by puddle water, you'll understand the benefit of wearing an outfit that doesn't show up dirt. It helps that black's also very flattering.

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Lose the structure, keep the style

By going for an unstructured blazer, you instantly bring the formality down a notch but you retain that classic pulled-together style with dark blue jeans and a shirt.

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Monochromatic magic

The key thing about wearing head-to-toe black is to ensure your shades match up. Washed out blacks can instantly downgrade a look, as can an out-of-place brown shoe or belt.

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Shades of blue

Besides making it easier to get dressed in the morning, wearing all one colour is also exceptionally flattering. Just vary your shades a little, so it doesn't look like a uniform.

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