Dress for the job you want, not the job you have. Wisdom passed down through generations says you must look the part. According to Forbes, people make their mind up about a person within the first seven seconds of meeting them, so what you wear is your introduction before you even have a chance to open your mouth.
So make it count. From your head to your toe. Take the next step on your career ladder in style, with these super versatile shoes...
The Wigham Trainer White
The classic white trainer; crisp, fresh and super versatile. One of fashion's best moves in recent years was the evolution of the trainer from leisure wear to office-appropriate. These Wigham trainers deliver comfort and style with a heap of versatility. Pair with a light wash skinny jean, neutral shirt and a navy blazer for a preppy look, or wear with a quality knit jumper and straight leg jeans rolled up at the ankle. White may seem high maintenance, but not anymore, these have been crafted in a wipe-clean, man made material designed for everyday wear. Genius.
The Khan Chelsea
The brown Khan Chelsea Boot is another wardrobe staple. Beige, brown and camels all form the neutral palette inspiring AW20 looks. A dark brown adds a little twist on your classic black boot whilst still being ultra wearable. Pair with a darker wash denim this time. If skinny jeans are your thing, the elasticated sides allow you to comfortably tuck into these for a seamless look, or we love a roll-up jean to sit just a couple of centimetres above the boot. If the suede concerns you, we are in England after all, just make sure you give them a spray with some suede protector before you wear them in the rain.
The Broseph Lace-up
For something durable and smart, look no further than these black Broseph lace-up boots. In a classic black leather, these shoes will only get better with age. The slight heel adds a touch of height to those of us who want it/need it. The premium leather upper allows the shoes to mould to your feet, and they will last - trust us. These will look slick paired with a black wash denim, or some corduroys will create a vintage, hipster look.
Shoes need to be comfortable, sure, but they also need to be stylish. These three will have you on the way to hearing those magical five words, “Congratulations, you’ve got the job,” in no time at all.