Hi, I'm a style newbie who has often been directed to this forum when loking at stylish clothing products.
I'm Chinese and of medium build, and doctor by trade. My general style over the years has been that casual street wear t-shirts/shirts, jeans and trainers. I've a wealth of black casual jackets. For the last few years my staple boot when not wearing trainers has been my Timberland boot company chukka in vintage worn black colour.
As I'm approaching that magic 40 years mark I've become more concious of dressing in a 'smart casually'. Over the past year I've been buying more fitted shirts, John Smedley v-neck/crew neck knits, and darker jeans. I've also recently invested a Nanamica Field jacket/blazer (again in black). Very occasionally I may wear a fitted dark blue or black chino trousers.
I am now considering investing in a solid boot to complete my smart casual (stylish mature) look. I'd love some advice on a smart boot which may compliment my clothes and around the £250 budget and with rubber sole. Personally I think a detailed chunky boot would be best, and I'm think a non shiney black or dark brown.
However the reason I'm here is that I'd love your advice in only which boot may be best to suit me and also in colour
Boots I've had in mind are:
Sanders Cheltenham (in black or brown?) http://www.sanders-uk.com/categories/Country-6.php
I could be way off the mark as to what may look good however I'm happy to take on board any suggestions Thanks