Spring 2017 Lookbook

2017 Spring Lookbook: Our Favorite Spring Styles

Our Spring line is filled with versatile and fresh new looks, and we wanted to show them off to the world. So, we headed out west to Palm Springs and the Stargazing Desert Retreat as the backdrop for our Spring Lookbook.

Here’s a peek at some of our favorite shots and styles from the shoot:

Spring 2017 Lookbook

A modern take on a familiar aesthetic, the men’s Killington is a lightweight boot that blurs the lines between comfort and style. Match with jeans and you’ve got the perfect casual, cool outfit that can easily transition from day to night.

Spring 2017 Lookbook

New this season, the Killington is for the ladies, too. In one of our favorite hues for spring, the white nubuck brings athletic vibes to a shoe that can be worn with pretty much any outfit — from loungewear to a spring dress, this chukka is made with SensorFlex Comfort System, so alongside its versatility, it’s comfortable for all-day wear.

Spring 2017 Lookbook

Downtown Palm Springs was perfect for our spring street-style looks. We paired our downtown trip with footwear perfect for urban exploring. For him – we mixed a casual denim with the FlyRoam boots. With the heart of a boot, and the soul of a sneaker – these FlyRoam chukkas have badass boot attitude, mixed with the comfort of a sneaker soul. For her – the Kenniston boots have a 6-inch silhouette. Mixed with a mini denim skirt, her whole look gives off a classic aura.

Spring 2017 Lookbook

Our Spring line was designed to be versatile, filled with pieces you can build your warm-weather wardrobe around. Check out the full 2017 Spring Lookbook or check out how others are styling their Timberland looks on the #ModernTrail.

Spring 2017 Lookbook Credits:

Photography: Sarah Kunst, Adam Cantiello

Location: The Venue Report + Stargazing Desert Retreat

Hair + Makeup: Dominique Lerma

Stylist: Sarah Laos

Summer weather is just around the corner – which means it’s time to ditch the socks. Check out our favorite sockless summer styles from Justin Livingston, here