Men’s Fall Fashion: Elevator Shoes to Stay on Trend This Season
The long days of summer are coming to an end and that means it’s time to pack off your shorts and vases and prepare for the colder months ahead. Fall 2018 is currently visiting the trends of the 80s continue with the yield of this bomber coat. With its army origins, that the bomber coat is now a fashion staple for this season. And one way to style this fashion must-have is by pairing it with a few slim fit jeans and some mid-top elevator sneakers, such as the Fairview. Featuring three different blue leathers with hand woven side detailing, these luxury elevator shoes can increase your height by up to 2.75 inches and can provide you that added design element to match your overall sleek, casual appearance.
The 80s were all about the leather jacket. Everybody was wearing them, from bikers and rock stars to Hollywood celebrities. And for fall winter 2018/2019 the leather jacket is back. There are many approaches to design this season’s leather outerwear, based on the appearance you’re going for. However, for the cooler autumnal weather, the ideal kind of footwear to match with a leather jacket will be boots, and elevator boots can provide you that added height increase too, so that you are able to measure out taller and more confident. The key colors with this trend will be black and various shades of crimson.
A sophisticated way to style the season’s leather coat is with the Tucson. These magnificent lift Chelsea boots are handmade in burgundy calfskin leather with a luxury leather hand stitched only. The Chelsea layout means you can wear them through autumn and winter with a range of trends and also the rich burgundy colour will be certain to remain throughout the season on trend.
Whether you go for the bomber coat or the leather jacket, the perfect way to style either of these fall winter fashion trends is with a pair of height climbing shoes or boots that could give you the extra assurance, as well as style and comfort, to get you through the cold weather.