#Dontcallme is Timberland’s nod to modern, fearless women who’s fashion sense and decisions are empowered and evolving. Until fairly recently trainers were strongly considered a male wardrobe staple, but I’ve been rocking them for years with almost any outfit or occasion (much preferring to be comfortable rather than wear heels!) and the Kiri Up is an extension of that ideal – we have the freedom of choice!
I had the pleasure of talking at the Regent Street store launch last week, in partnership with Look Magazine alongside Maya Jama about our personal style & how we would style the Kiri Up three ways.
Look 1: Office / 9-5 suitable
I would pair the Kiri Up with a chunky knit, leather culottes and a gorgeous mini bag to hit all the transitional Autumn trends while still looking majorly chic and professional. It’s a look smart enough to feel fierce in the office but still relaxed – which is perfect for a working environment!
Look 2: Weekend
At the weekend I like to outfits to be multi-functional and able to take me from brunch to the bar without having to change. To do this with trainers you could go down the dress route, but I much prefer a more edgy vibe. Think frayed denim, a classic biker jacket and the T of the moment – THAT Gucci logo T. Finish off with a pair of feminine gold earrings to finish the look off!
Look 3: Off duty / Evening
You just can’t go wrong with all black – for me the way to wear trainers in the evening is with a sexy pair of culottes, I love anything with waist detail! I like a little bralette, something simple that you can dress up with a pendant necklace and some hoops – and let’s not forget a little highlighter on your collarbones, cheeks and cupid’s bow. You never know who you might bump into tonight!
The new #KiriUP trainers are definitely different from the classic designs we’ve grown so fond of from Timberland. I find it so exciting when a brand starts to branch out from their staple styles and become more innovative with their releases. You can read more about them here, and make sure you follow the official #dontcallme hashtag!
I’ll also be at the Timberland Store on Regent Street again on the 1st November focusing on the Courmayeur boot – please come and join the discussion with me!