Blending With Brit: streetwear meets English aristocracy
Streetwear or sneaker enthusiasts have a particular irreverence when it comes to putting an outfit together. It's now more likely to forgo unconventional styling in favor a more masterful way to fuse high and low, wearing streetwear with tailoring, maybe through on a graphic t-shirt and a pair of Clarks Original Wallabee boots.
But no moment more than now to fuse cross country, divergent style tribes to the front and center. There's those dressed for high-tea, walking into a DTLR VILLA store sporting suede high-cut boots. The moment is now. It's now become a mishmash of personal aesthetic that may seem completely contradictory, but when you put two polar opposites together, you will find a perfect execution of clashing fashion.
And don't be fooled by Clarks Originals' old-time heritage that dates back to 1825. They know how to cater with high-end, but cool-style sneaker treatment. The Wallabee
is one of Clarks’ most polarizing styles. The distinct silhouette has an almost clog-like shape, which means the higher-cut Wallabee Boot sits somewhere in between eccentric desert boot and designer elf shoe.
The Wallabee has become an iconic classic in our Clarks Originals collection across the globe thanks to its moccasin construction and structural silhouette. Featuring clean and simple lines, this comfortable lace-up boot uses Steads suede in nut brown with a Scotchguard treatment making it water and stain resistant. The design is finished off with our signature crepe sole which continues to stand the test of time.
Former Supreme creative, Angelo: "Honestly I can wear them with anything. Jeans, Comme des Garçons pants, wide-leg Dickies, even shorts. I love wearing them with shorts. And I wear them barefoot when I can."