Wardrobe Essentials: Chocolate Chelsea Boots

There's a certain level of sophistication that comes with wearing a dark brown pair of shoes; seemingly black, he distinctly brown in a way that exudes elegance. Lets bring that shade to the fall and winter, and out comes a variety of boots and rugged brogues to choose from in this timeless colorway.
At the very top of that extensive list, blowing up the charts of intrigue and inherent funk shway, is the  Chelsea Boot. Classically simple, incredibly utilitarian, and not to mention very comfortable, this boot will follow fall footwear from while looking as sleek and sensible as any dress shoe. Noted by their ankle stretch panels, there is boned to lace up 20 different eyelets or to untie a heavy duty knot, just slip on, slip off; doesn't get much better than that.
Sure, a plain Jane dark brown full grain leather will do the trick, but these are simple by nature so there needs to be some level of detail to them. They come with brogue toes, cap toes, ornate stitching,  and even studs, but steer clear of these trinkets and extras. Let suede guide the way, adding texture across the pain toe of the boot to really distinguish them from any old pair of boots. They pair very well with any tailored pieces, especially a grey flannel suit. Experiment with them and be surprised at their usability; they are the fall version of a brown double monkstrap shoe.
John Lobb: $1295
Church's: $545
H&M: $99
Check in tomorrow for a fashion piece that deserves your consideration and next Wednesday for enough style staple for your closet!