When it comes to men’s fashion, then shoes are the best way to make a statement. Whether you're going to office or your Saturday night, picking up the right shoe says a lot about you and your personality.
Shoes speak louder than words!
Gone are the times when black was the ONLY color for men. New shades and color choices have challenged the conventional black leather shoe and opened the door to an abundance of different combinations.
However, we understand the struggle you go through, which is why; we decided to give you an insight on what formal shoes to invest your money on. So without further ado, let’s get right into it!
Simple shoes vibrant hues
There's more to shoes than just boring sneakers. Be it a weekend getaway or a Friday night out with friends, one can look dapper by simply donning moccasins or slip-ons in shades of blue, red and burgundy. These can be paired with denims and jackets to add a perfect dose of panache to one's looks.
Casual style but bright colors
If you're planning a causal day out then my suggestion would be to go with something cool and funky like red, blue and yellow colors. These not only look great in the daytime but for night parties as well. Pair them up with a crisp shirt and trousers/chinos.
Hues of Browns and reds
Monk strap shoes are forever. I believe, every guy should own at least one chestnut brown monk strap. A striped T-shirt, navy blue denims or trousers with suede auburn shoes is a perfect ensemble for a formal morning to a laid back casual evening.
You might not believe this but loafers create a perfect balance between casual and smart footwear. Tassel loafers are the trend this season. So, go for a blue suede loafer paired with a dark grey suit for a smart look with a casual edge. Colors like yellows, maroons and even greens can be paired with trousers and chinos for a relaxed yet polished look.
Colored Brogues go all the way!
A classic brogue never gets old. Now available in different patterns and materials, including patent leather and suede. They go really great with slim blue jeans and simple T-shirts to patterned shirts and chinos.
So, what are you waiting for? Start experimenting!