A few weeks ago we asked our readers to style the Fall 2013 Dawson boot from Stacy Adams (for a chance to win them of course). After reading some of the comments, it seems like the majority of you guys went for classic and effortless styling. On the other hand, our model Steven Onoja had a different vision for the Dawson boots (pictured above). By pairing the shoes with a loose ﬁtting green suit, our subject went for a dresser yet relaxed fall ensemble. Subtle earth tones colors seems to work perfectly with the grey Dawson boots. However, if the suit were a bold color than the it wouldn’t be as practical for everyday wear. Another styling option would be breaking up the suit and casually wearing the blazer with jeans.
Steven matched the grey wool fedora hat and boots to adding balance to the look. Remember, it’s okay to match, as long as you don’t go overboard. For contrast, Steven paired the green suit and cream button down knowing that the pieces complement each other. A yellow ﬂower lapel isn’t something I would personally would wear, but it works for this look. Simply because he isn’t wearing a neck tie so the lapel isn’t competing with anything. Plus the small lapel details also adds a great pop of color without being too distracting. A leather bag is always a great accessory to an outﬁt because it automatically upgrades your look. What do you think about Steve's styling?
The last contest is ofﬁcially closed but as a bonus Stacy Adams is giving away another pair of shoes. Here are the rules:
1.Dessert vs Cap toe boot.
Tell us why you prefer one boot over the other in the comment section with your email addy.
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