NEW Salvatore Ferragamo Dress Shoe Men's
There’s a famous saying regarding classic men’s style: ‘Shoes maketh the man’. There is also a reason why it has stood the test of time and been rewarded with the title classic…Because it’s true!
There are many things that stand the test of time. Stacey Dash’s beauty, Jimmy Nail’s voice and the saying ‘Shoes Maketh the man’. Why? Because they never change and will always stay true.
Your classier piece. It’s the Berbatov of the shoe world. The west London girls as apposed to the south (bring on the hate mail!)
So let’s get to it.
This is a classic shoe. Mainly available in black, the Oxford toe cap is similar to it’s simpler cousin, the Oxford. However, it has the addition of the toecap. It is generally down to a choice of personal taste. I have an incline towards the toe cap. For a modern look try to find one in which the welt (the seam where the upper meets the sole and creates the out edge of the shoe) does not protrude showing a wide base or you’ll risk looking like Mr Millar from my primary school. The slimmer silhouettes are modern and chic.
Takes it’s name from the pattern on the side resembling a wing. Wingtips hold a rich heritage look. The baroque pattern in synonymous with the style. Very British and very classic. A good quality brown pair will last a lifetime and never go out of fashion. They also add a touch of flair to the serious business look.
Just Cavalli Mens BRN LT Dress Shoe Shoes (Brown)
Shoes can make or break a man’s outfit. Tie everything together with the classic black or brown dress shoe. I’m partial to the square toe mainly because I have clodhoppers for feet and need the extra width.
Men's Black Dress Shoes (Leather or Permashine)
Black Naval Oxfords, in your choice of leather or permashine patent leather. When your regulations call for a uniform black shoe, this is the one...