This month has not been short of stylish men pulling out all the stops for one of the busiest months of the year. London Fashion Week, the Design Festival and parties of the season have given us even more of a reason to go for a wardrobe update.
We have picked out a few of our favourite looks and best footwear choices. Prepare to be the best dressed man about town!
David Beckham has been spotted looking as suave as ever this month. To replicate his look add a pair of our Anatomic & Co Franca boots to a casual denim outfit and channel your inner cool.
This is how to pull off a smart casual look! Team our Anatomic & Co Garibaldi boots with a pair of jeans, a knitted winter jumper and a pair of shades – voila.
Jeremy Irvine’s style was looking on point at a party this London Fashion Week. Take inspiration from the actor and team a smart our Anatomic & Co Palma brogues with a shirt, blazer and a pair of jeans and away you go.
In celebration of our AW14 launch, we have paired up with Shortlist to give you the chance to win one of two £500 Anatomic & Co shoe vouchers! You will be able to spend the voucher as you wish on our fantastic new collection and of course be the style envy of all this season!
To enter simply visit here: http://www.shortlist.com/style/win-one-of-two-500-anatomic-and-co.-shoe-vouchers
It’s important to find the perfect work shoe. Whether you’re after a smart derby shoe, a classic brogue or a sturdy but slick boot, we have it covered in our AW14 collection.
Take a look at our top 3 AW14 footwear picks to make sure you’re office-ready…
If you’re after a work shoe that can take you from the office to evening, then a brogue is the perfect choice. Our Palma shoe brogues feature distinctive detailing with a full-grain leather finish and sheepskin lining for ultimate comfort.
For a shoe that is both smart and sophisticated for the office and meetings, the Manduri derby shoe is a great choice. Featuring smooth leather uppers, complemented by toe caps and contrasting double stitching; the Manduri is a stylish footwear option.
This season, lace up boots are a must have footwear choice and our Jardins boots are versatile enough to wear with a smart outfit or as a weekend accessory, when paired with jeans or chinos.
This season it’s time to embrace the new trend on the block – the loose fitted, pleated trouser. This new trouser style shows a move away from skin tight jeans, illustrated by brands such as Burberry and Dolce and Gabbana and represented in their AW14 collections.
To complete your look this season we select our top picks to team with this new generation style of trouser…
If you’re opting for this trouser style in tweed we suggest you go for a trendy brogue such as the Anatomic & Co Tucano, for a modern take on a country wear inspired look.
A lace up boot is a key footwear style for A/W14, so you can mix this look up with our Anatomic & Co Pedras in cognac and add a turn up to finish off your look.
Herringbone in this season’s trouser style is perfect for a sharp and sophisticated look. Team with a smart shoe such as the Anatomic & Co Peixe, with the smooth silhouette complimenting the texture of the trousers.
This season a checked trouser is a must have piece, spotted in the Alexander Mcqueen and Hackett AW14 collections. For a sharp look pair this trouser with a traditional style loafer such as the Gaspar.
Add an edge to a checked trouser by pairing with a solid boot such as the Nova, featuring brogue details that will give you a stylish edge.
Introducing the latest addition to our popular Tucano range this Autumn/Winter – Smooth Café.
With its classic brogueing, distinctive stitching and England Rubber Gel sole, this brown leather lace-up shoe is a stylish staple. Tucano Smooth Café: for smooth operators only.
Shop Tucano here
In our ‘Shoe and Place’ post this week we take a look at the Jardins region of Sao Paulo, the inspiration behind the name of our AW14 Jardins boot.
Jardins is located in the largest city in Brazil, Sao Paulo, one of this years host cities for the 2014 World Cup.
The region of Jardins, which means ‘gardens’ in Portugese due to its vast areas of greenery, is regarded as one of the wealthiest and busiest areas of Sao Paulo.
The area is home to a range of restaurants, shops, cinemas and museums and has one of the strongest growing economies, making Jardins a popular urban jungle within Brazil.
Just like the region it’s named after, the Jardins boot is both slick and stylish, versatile enough to compliment a smart or casual look.
Shop the Jardins boot here.
Image credit: NY Times
This year, the GQ Men of the Year awards did not disappoint! From winner of the solo artist of the year, Pharrell who was seen sporting his most famed fashion accessory, to top male model David Gandy putting on a display of on point style, this year the fashion stakes were as high as ever.
We have to give it to them, the footwear choices this year were as suave as ever, so to give you the chance to look like some of the best dressed in the business, we have selected some of our footwear favourites from the night, just for you!
Don’t blame us if you get mistaken in the street for one of the below…
If there was anyone to be sporting a modern brogue, we could have guessed it would be the stylish man that is Johnny Depp. Replicate his look with the Anatomic & Co Palma brogues, pair with a black suit and accessories and away you go.
We think David Gandy looked as stylish as ever at this year’s awards. Take a pair of our Anatomic & Co Guara lace up mens shoes, team with a smart suit and good looks and you’ll look just as sophisticated as the man himself…nearly!
It’s true, the boot is back in force as we first noticed on the AW14 catwalks and Dougie Poynter shows us exactly how they should be worn. Get his look with the Anatomic & Co Cardoso boot for a unique take on eveningwear.
Image credits: Glamour
This week Robert Nixon of fashion and lifestyle blog, Overdressed and Underprepared, highly commended Male style blogger in the Company Style Blogger Awards, reviews the Anatomic & Co AW14 Collection.
Robert picks out some of his favourite key styles for AW14, including the Alto, Franca, Nova and Palma, praising the combination of design and comfort in the collection.
Read the full article here: