1 Style 3 Ways: The Hollyn Deco Quilted


Let us tell you why we love the HOLLYN DECO QUILTED. First of all, it’s a sneaker, so it’s got the comfort thing down with some extra help from the natural wool heel lining. Secondly, it has the cool look of a high top with the ease of a slip-on. And last—but certainly not least—the quilt detailing is both refined and edgy, which means this versatile sneaker can be dressed up or down. See for yourself.





Give your most tailored looks the element of surprise. With its sporty and casual vibes, the Hollyn Deco Quilted expands the wearing occasions for a crisp romper. The art deco-inspired quilting plays perfectly into the elegance of the outfit without detracting any attention from the statement-making Western bow tie and cape.







Tartan plaid and a leather jacket easily nail the rocker-chic look, but the Hollyn Deco Quilted takes this ensemble up a notch. Much more polished than standard sneakers, it keeps the look from feeling too juvenile while a romantic braid prevents it from veering ironic.







Lean into the sporty roots of this sneaker with a laidback look. The rich leather and sleek silhouette of the Hollyn Deco Quilted balances cutoff overalls and a crew neck tee, giving you casual style that still looks put together. Accessorize with a baseball cap for a little more athletic flair (not to mention sun protection and camouflage on a bad hair day).









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The Driving Moccasin



The driving moccasin can trace its lineage all the way back to the 1960’s in Italy. With the boom of the Italian auto industry, more and more people started to own cars, and the real classy gents needed something to replace their usual shoes while driving lest they crease and wear out. And so the driving moccasin was born. Crafted from soft leather and left unlined, the flexibility of this new style helped drivers bend their feet to accelerate, while rubber pebble soles offered traction on the pedals while evenly dispersing weight to avoid any soreness or discomfort. As soon as Italian race car drivers were spotted wearing their loafers outside their vehicles, this luxury item became an essential—especially during the hot summer. Designed to be worn barefoot, this loafer is ideal for the warmer months when socks aren’t an option and you don’t feel like showing off your toes. For ideas on how to wear them, just look to these three stylish men.




The always-stylish Ty Severe took the Henrick all over Los Angeles for a full workday with a polo, blazer, and some slim fit chinos. He even took advantage of the Twinsole™ interchangeable insoles, starting with the UGGpure™ wool set for coffee and switching to the leather-lined foam for afternoon meetings and cocktails. 





Sami Slimani packed the Henrick for a trip to Dubai. To keep cool, he opted for a pair of white shorts and a lightweight chambray shirt that together look easy and effortless. 


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