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Brown Desert boots + jeans? thoughts?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by seangrobler2, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. seangrobler2

    seangrobler2 New Member

    Dec 28, 2012
  2. TCRcabby

    TCRcabby Active Member

    Aug 30, 2012
    Houston, TX
    You can never go wrong with a pair of raw indigo denim, as long as your shirt matches the shoes. I'd pay more attention to the fit of the jeans - IMHO slimmer jeans that taper look better with desert boots (as opposed to straight-leg jeans).
  3. C86suede

    C86suede New Member

    Dec 24, 2012
    Yes they would.
    I wear brown desert boots with jeans most days and have done for nearly 20 years.
    I normally wear Clarks in a mid brown colour (Cola I think they call it) or a cheaper brand in a similar shade called Roamers which are made in Spain and cost around £20. I'm sure many would sneer at Roamers but I wore them in the mid 90's in the Britpop era and have a soft spot for them and back then Clarks were not easy to find. I change the laces in the Roamers from round to flat ones which I think looks better.
    As for the jeans I normally wear 501s either dark blue or faded (NOT stone washed) from the 80's/90's which were slimmer in the leg than those available at the moment, For selvedge jeans it has to be Uniqlo as cash is abit tight right now.
    I do'nt think you can go wrong with Jeans and desert boots, although I always thought faded blue jeans and black desert boots was'nt a good look.

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