For the past few seasons this undying colour has been around more than ever. The khaki shoe is here to stay! From trainers to pumps and boots, the army colour is everywhere, and does wonders for spring. How to rock it? What to wear it with? Follow the guide!
Can you think of a more timeless colour that never ever goes out of style? Winter and summer, day and night, khaki is IN. The most military of all colours battles through all of fashion’s weird habits without getting old. Chic, sober and easy to wear, khaki or olive green is a real trend chameleon.
With its little “army” touch that we love so much, khaki makes its way into the season’s trends. Flat ankle boots, trainers, pumps and wellie boots: no style resists to khaki. Super trendy for the winter, the colour manages to survive and see us through to the sunny seasons. So what’s the best way to rock khaki shoes? Sit back, relax, and learn the tips to become a khaki master.
Khaki, olive, “army”: Go green
After a very khaki winter, enter the pretty military shade for spring: from bombers to safari jackets and trainers, olive green will definitely make you go green from head to toe. And shoe wise, you’re definitely spoiled with choice.
From the Nike Cortez to New Balance trainers all the way through to Clarks ankle boots and Dune London heels, khaki adapts to every style. Chic on suede, urban on nylon, classy on velvet leather… Nothing resists to this army favourite!
For the end of the in-between season, you can count on ankle boots, trainers and wellie boots taht will see you through to the summer festivals. When the sun shows (as in, is actually here to stay), pop out your heeled sandals and suede pumps.
How to wear khaki shoes?
Like most discreet colours, khaki is rather easy to pair: a raw or light denim, some black, white, grey, brown beige… Nothing too dangerous for now! For a more seasonal touch you can count on more tropical greens, light camel, turquoise blue, and the ultimate Spring 17 season hits, yellow and pink (from pastel to fuchsia!) – if you’re feeling brave and colourful.
With khaki trainers you can always count on some jeans and a nice top or a matching jumper. With pumps or heeled sandals, get your boyfriend jeans or Little Black Dress: so chic. Finally, if you need to pop out your Aigle or Hunter khaki wellies, go full festival look with shorts and a parka!