HOW TO: STYLE LEATHER BOOTS

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Hey Guys!!
Welcoming you all to the new website design! I took my time to put this together for all of you where we could all enjoy the new updates in my life and in CP|WEARS. This is a new stage of my life where I’m going all in and I just wanted to take my blog to another level, one more specific but that tackles all areas, one that matches what I’m professionally and personally developing into.
Now, back to the menswear tip! I recently got these boots for fall/winter, they are from the new Topman collection. I love them because of the premium leather quality they have. The design is just perfect because it adds over 1 inch to your height and it is pretty comfortable. The metal ring touch just makes it even more edgy and bold.
A few have asked me about the link to where find these boots, I’ll be posting it at the end of the post so make sure to check them out!
Styling this boots was all about finding the right fabric and color since the weather has been getting colder and colder. I immediately thought about doing an all black look but it can also become boring once you are always wearing black, specially in New York. So, I took it to the black roots but went for a navy blue sweater to deviate the all black and create some pop up of color not so bright. The touch of the silver sunnies makes the look “cooler” and bolder. You can always use the all black or even denim over denim when it comes to leather boots. Actually, anything well combined into the palette of dark and neutrals works best.
-C.P.
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What am I wearing?
Sweater: H&M
Jeans: H&M
Boots: Topman

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