I Wore These Cat Boots From The Office To The Red Carpet
Cat Footwear has been around for decades. Since launching in 1988, they’ve become a formidable lifestyle brand, and a maker of shoes that are long-lasting and die hard. This is why men across the globe stand by the brand, and consider Cat boots an investment piece. Being one of those men, I put Cat’s Grayson River boot to the test, here’s how it went and what I wore.
Cat Footwear has sold 115 million shoes across the globe to date. One of the reasons why is because of the shoes’ versatility. As an MH staffer I’m busy and always on the move. Whether I’m on a business trip, through airport lounges, at the office or when I’m lucky – on the red carpet, my pair of Cat Grayson River boots have stood up to the challenge of making me suit the occasion, in style.
Here’s a sneak peek into my looks:
Just because you are wearing boots to the office does not mean you need to pull our a pair of chinos and a white shirt. If you opt for a darker colour like the Festival Brown colour in this case, use the opportunity to have some fun.
Add to the dark palate with a dark pair of jeans, and finish the look with a striking, patterned shirt. (Check out what I’m wearing in the pic above) Why? Because they are all the buzz right now, and plain shirts are so last summer.
You’ll stand out at that office meeting, and look great on social media. Two birds, one stone.
Dress Them Up
Invited to an event out of town? Pack light like I did and wear the same boots. This is the time to opt for that pair of brown chinos. But stick to the plan and follow through with your formal look by dressing it up with a chequered shirt and blazer.
Pro tip: If you want to level up the look – wear a pocket square. But whatever you do, leave the tie (or bowtie) at home with this one.
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About The Boot
Cat Grays River Leather Boots has a smart, lightweight and dynamic style. Crafted from leather with an NTX antibacterial mesh lining, these boots are made for long periods of wear and tear with unfaltering comfort and breathability, which I can stand by.