Shoes can make or break your entire outfit, here are some options to anchor a strong and emphatic look. The faded, washed-up looking boat shoes are in need of retirement so here are some options to diversify your looks.
Cole Haan – Pinch Weekender The perfect shoe for a clean cut, casual or dressy look. These maintain a great conservative look while popping out at the same exact time. The perfect amount of flash for the refined gent.
Fendi – Zucca Fendi never fails, especially this model. Moccasin style comfort combined with Fendi status brews this vivid concoction. Paired well with a brown belt of similar hue or even the Fendi belt if you have ambitions to do PR for Fendi.
Eve & Kane – St. Tropez Based in Sydney, Australia, the relatively new fashion company can crank out some style. The matte black leather goes extremely well with lighter colored pants (for contrast) and a belt of similar hue. I procured a pair of these myself and they’re on point.
Donald J. Pliner – Dekel These are unique because you can sport these conservatively colored shoes in a more professional manner while keeping that panache. The leather design is unrivaled, you’re sure to get some compliments on these.
Cole Haan – Grant Escape Once again, a pair of Cole Haan’s – but one must admit these can be mistaken for Michael Kors. I own a pair of these as well (currently pursuing a 12-step program) and nobody comes close to this color combo. Extremely unique!
Calvin Klein – Milton Last, yet seldom least, come the Calvin Klein loafers. The stitching, buckle, and sole of these forms a trio of blessings for your feet. The only thing missing is the holy water at this point. Whatever you do after reading this post, don’t keep wearing those dried up of cow carcass callouses around. You’re hurting other people’s eyes (and feelings). Also, Grover Cleveland called, and he wants his shoes back. It’s time to update the footwear – anchor the anomaly and pursue a bolder look!