How to wear Timberlands
The best way to wear Timberland boots is to lace them well, opt for tapered pants where possible, and remember to size down your work boots (they tend to run large.) While our work boots come in a range of colours and styles, we recommend keeping it classic if you’re new to the Timberland trend.
Timberland boots are as timeless as they are functional, and the Timberland 6 inch boot has become a style staple on both runways and worksites alike. As you browse your options, be sure to choose your colour wisely, lace them up loosely, and pair them with looser, baggier jeans for an on-trend fit.
For those who still aren’t quite sure where to start, you can’t go wrong with a pair of classic Yellow Timberland boots. This neutral hue not only goes with everything, but the Original Yellow Boot also continues to be a true icon and a canvas for American fashion, sports, and life itself.
For a bit of an edgier look, black Timberlands are guaranteed to hide dirt expertly and will go with pretty much any outfit (just ask “Hotline Bling” singer Drake, who never goes without his Black Timberland boots.)
Related: The Origins Of An Icon: The Timberland Original Yellow Boot
White Timberlands are always a bright idea in our book. Celebrities, including Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez, have been known to sport white Timberland lace-up boots for women paired with a simple white t-shirt and an oversized sweater.
Don’t forget to invest in a leather boot care kit for safekeeping. Treating your women’s, men’s, or kids leather boots regularly by brushing away dirt and applying cleaning products will help you protect your footwear and remove any stains that come with regular wear and tear.
Related: Timberland Boots: How To Clean, Protect, & Remove Stains
How to wear ankle boots with jeans
The best way to wear ankle boots with jeans is with cropped denim while tucking the hem of your trousers into the boots. Regular length skinny jeans can also work well with brown or black boots, in which case there’s no need to cuff or tuck your trousers into the lip of the boot.
A cropped pair of jeans will naturally not conflict with your boots because it hits above the edge of the shoe’s rim. Just be wary of showing too much skin between the bottom of your jeans and the top of your booties. Generally, your shoe should hit above the ankle bone to guarantee a flattering fit.
What are you waiting for? Shop Timberland today to nail the smart-casual look before you head out the door.