All eyes on him

Lace-up, look sharp.

Men’s footwear turns bold and bulky for AW21 with bright colour accents and utilitarian influences ensuring a stylish approach to work, rest and play.

Kurt Geiger

Dune | RRP £100 | Price £69

Church's | RRP £850 | Price £595

Boots & Winter Shoes

Boot-wise it’s all about three key styles this season: chunky, chukka and Chelsea. Utilitarian details as seen at Church's are coming through in force, while shades of brown are a must-have colour. Red accents are also making an appearance (a bi-product of the red tailoring trend for him this season), so extra points for finding a boot with a red contrast stitch or side panel.  


Elsewhere suede chukkas (a key style last year) are making a comeback for AW21 - check out Dune for these, while solid chunky soled boots from the likes of Timberland or Dr Martens are a must for combatting the cold on frosty mornings.  


Vans | RRP £52 | Price £34

Kurt Geiger | RRP £89 | Price £39

Winter Trainers

Chunky shell trainers, retro sneakers and performance-style running shoes are all top trainer trends for him this season, while there’s only one rule when it comes to colour: avoid anything plain. Autumn/winter 21 is all about trainers that that balance complementary tones so seek out styles with contrast colour blocking.  


Whether you like to lace-up for sport or just style, you’ll find a wide selection of sneakers on offer at Nike, Puma and Under Armour. Alternatively, make a beeline for Kurt Geiger and Ugg where you’ll also be able to stock up on essential AW21 accessories as well.  

Dr Martens

Ted Baker | RRP £119 | Price £69

UGG | RRP £180 | Price £99

Winter Shoes

Classic brogues and tasteful Derby and Oxford shoes are his go-to styles for dressier days this AW21, providing the perfect accompaniment to unstructured tailoring, heritage checks, and trousers in retro brown shades. Steer clear of steely blue and grey dyes, and opt for warm tones of tan, chocolate or classic black as seen at Ted Baker, either polished or with a gold metal accent. 


An Oxford shoe from the likes of Dr Martens in a sultry dark leather blends harmoniously with this season’s appetite for red co-ords, while a tan brogue (try Clarks for these) looks timeless paired with a straight-legged chino and roll neck jumper.