11 Şubat 2015 Çarşamba

Buying Leather Boots: How to Go About It?

Leather boots are sturdy and they look great – a recipe that has proven successful over the years. Many materials for footwear have come and gone, but the leather boot has managed to keep its place secure owing to its durability, sturdiness and style. In short, not only do they keep the feet safe and warm, but they also look good! Leather boots are worn by men, women and children alike, and they are of many types, including formal, work boots, riding boots, cowboy, casual, motorcycle boots, hiking boots and more. When buying leather boots, as with any type of shoe shopping, one has to be careful and keep a few factors in mind. We will discuss those factors here.

When purchasing leather boots, it is important to get the right fit for your feet, just like it is for any other footwear. Wrong sized shoes lead to a lot of problems like pain in the feet and blisters. They may also lead to long term problems in the bones of the feet. Measure your shoe size carefully. Try on the boots and walk in them to ensure you are comfortable. Wear the same socks you intend to wear with your boots, so that you get the idea how they will feel. Keep in mind, however, that leather stretches over time, so if it is just a little bit of a tight fit, it is probably going to settle. Your shoe maker or the salesman will know whether or not the leather will adjust, so do consult them.

Now, for the style! Make sure your boots go with the rest of your outfit specially celebrity style leather jackets. If your trousers or pants are textured or have a design all over them, it’s probably best to wear leather boots that do not have a texture. Avoid overdoing it. When you are getting a new pair of boots for yourself, try to picture your wardrobe and chose a boot that will go well with a lot of your clothes. The beauty of leather boots is that they are easy to match up – cash on that!

6 Şubat 2015 Cuma

Leather Couture: From Bags to Boots - It’s All In!

Leather fashion has flooded the clothes and the outfits market in the past few years, or so it seems. The surprising or not so surprising part is that it is not only jackets, shoes and gloves – the things that normally come to mind when we think of leather - that are being manufactured in this material and becoming popular, but almost everything imaginable that can be part of an outfit is being manufactured in leather. Tops, bags, clutches, coats, wallets, belts, pants, shoes, trousers, skirts – you name it, they have it in leather. And it is becoming popular like crazy!

Men and women alike are being swept along with the tide of this fashion frenzy that seems is associated with leather being stylish, classy, comfortable and convenient all at the same time. Not to forget that leather is a very strong material – that adds to its appeal, for a lot of people use leather not merely for fashion. Take for instance horseback riders and bikers. The fact that it gives a classy look is probably the prime reason why the elite class wore leather apparel in the past and even today. The exotic look and feel of leather was the reason why certain reptiles and snakes are near extinction. Even though endangered species are now protected by law in most areas around the world, the leather industry has thrived. There are many leather jacket industry in the world and they are offering also celebrity leather jackets in cheap price such as Brad Pitt leather jacket, GTA 5 jacket, Dark Knight Rises bane coat and etc. Leather’s something that can be worn year – round and since it’s classy, it never really gets old. You can get your old stuff out of the wardrobe and use it as if you bought it last week – no problem there, and, in fact, many problems solved!

Anything new we’re seeing this season? Well, apart from the classic leather dresses and accessories, the new thing in the market is mixing leather with other types of fabric. Combinations of leather and different fabrics are being used in shirts, coats, skirts, everything. The other fabrics used in this season are knitted fabrics, wool or cotton, mostly. Given the nature of leather, though, you can feel free to mix and match anything!