Trend Alert: Mixed Materials

Photo by Zappos.com

If you’re growing tired of your dull and monochromatic wardrobe, winter’s hottest trend – mixed materials – is here to save the day! Injecting a hint of contrasting materials into your outfits can help refresh your look without buying a closet’s worth of new clothes. From suede and leather combos to mixed metals, embracing this trend is totally effortless.

Becoming a trendsetter can be as easy as picking up a new pair of Naots! If you’re wondering how to embrace this fashion trend, below we’ve compiled a few stylish ways to incorporate mixed materials into your wardrobe.

THE BOREAS

One of our most unique boots out this season, the Boreas, boasts a contrasting buckle crisscross strap and toe cap.  If you look closely, there are so many different hues, textures and dimensions at play– making it so much more than just a little black boot!

Shop our Boreas boots at Schuler Shoes.

THE HELM

The Helm is the perfect everyday bootie! Featuring a one-inch heel, this bootie adds the right amount of height while still being comfortable enough for all-day wear. With a leather and suede body, this shoe incorporates the mixed-material trend perfectly, taking each of your outfits to the next level. There’s something so sophisticated about the juxtaposition of tones.

Shop the Helm Booties at Zappos.com.

THE GROOVY

Do you have more of a grunge aesthetic? If so, the Groovy boot is for you! Similar to the Helm, this boot features a leather and suede body, but has a lace-up front for added detail. With a double-zipper enclosure for easy on and off wear, there are no limits to where this bootie can take you. There’s something about it that screams, step out of my way!

Find our Groovy boots at Tops For Shoes.

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