The saying “shoes make the man” may be an overstatement, but nonetheless, a good pair of shoes does somehow make us feel great and look better.
But how many pairs of good shoes do we really need? Here’s a rundown of 5 pairs (from the most casual to most formal) which are not only functional but also satisfying to the eye.
Wear sneakers with suits for travel, strolling long separations, or when there’s no clothing standard set up—while regarding every circumstance by ‘dressing for the event’.
Incredible for spring and summer and early fall, moccasin are decent contrasting options to wear with suits when you should be open to driving, walking distances, or going via air–where rapidly expelling and returning your shoes on ends up plainly critical to go through security checks and where solace is key while navigating huge airplane terminals with gear in tote.
The Espadrille is a breathable shoe that molds to the shape of the foot easily. the Espadrille (see below) are nice alternatives to wearing with suits when you need to be comfortable while driving, walking distances, or traveling by air–where quickly removing and putting your shoes back on becomes important to pass through security checks.
4. BOAT SHOES
There will likely come a day when you’ll need a rubber-soled sports shoe.
The boat shoe functions to respect the integrity of the boat deck and helps grip the deck floor surface, but these shoes are also a good option to wear on rainy days so as not to damage leather-soled shoes.
Some men look terrible in loafers and other men look bad in monk shoes—but usually, a man can wear one type of shoe or the other, depending on his body type and personality.
These shoes are comfortable and strong and eventually became what we know today to be loafers or slip-on shoes.