The Chelsea boot has been in existence for almost 200 years. According to historical records, this iconic boot’s creator was none other than Queen Victoria’s bootmaker. It’s an attractive addition to any wardrobe, that can be worn casually or formally. This is probably why men’s Chelsea boots haven’t been out of fashion since 1837.
But you’re probably wondering what should you wear with men’s black Chelsea boots? This article will give you a few ideas, but hopefully, you’ll also create a few looks for yourself!
The Classic - Chelsea Boots and Tweed
A classic go-to pairing with Chelsea boots is tweed. You can either go with just tweed pants or with a full tweed suit for extra style. The Slatters Arizona II Chelsea Boots lend themselves beautifully to this look since it features a minimalist design, with a smooth upper and a simple black sole.
Chelsea Boots and Jeans
Another more modern classic - is pairing Chelsea boots with jeans. This harkens back to the 60s and 70s when the boots were worn with both narrow straight jeans or flaring bell-bottom jeans, which have recently come back into fashion. You can add a bit of rock and roll attitude with the pictured Ferricelli Roy Men’s Chelsea boot with its beefier design approaching a motorcycle boot and bronze detail.
Tone on Tone or Colour Coordinated
The Wild Rhino Drake Men’s Chelsea boot lends itself perfectly for this type of look since it features a handsome tartan side panel, which you can combine with similar or identical tartan patterned pants or even a suit. Combine that with a similar coloured t-shirt or shirt for a fresh and fashionable look.
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