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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Degradé Oxfords

I have to admit that Oxfords shoes represent a classy and timeless choice for dress men shoes. In case you’re bored of the classic black or brown oxfords, you can take a look at the Esquivel footwear collection. The American company is keen to design eye catching shoes with an out of the ordinary color combination. This is the case of these brown and kaki shoes with a gradient mix of colors in the front part of the shoe. Aren’t they something?

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Dare to Wear Pink Oxfords

Usually, pink is not a color associated with men; it’s more likely associated with Paris Hilton or with Legally Blonde movie. To my surprise, Esquivel shoe manufacturer has created a pair of pink oxfords for gents. I’m a bit confused why would someone wear them to a high class event – except some artist – but I have to admit they have a flawless design. The shoes are hand-crafted in US so, in case you dare to buy them, you help some American craftsmen keep their jobs.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Tan Boots for the Last Days of Winter

It’s not hard to find quality footwear, made like in the good old days. Loake uses the same old techniques since it started to produce the first pair of shoes, back in the 1880. Made of high quality leather, the tan boots from Loake are a sign of distinction and exquisite taste.

Allen-Edmonds Cody

Here is a great alternative to your traditional oxfords. Try the Cody Shoe by designer Allen-Edmonds. These classy leather slip-ons have braided laces with tasseled endings for a nice comfortable fit. The Cody Shoe starts around $300. Available in black and chili.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Shoes for Gents

Brown Suede Shaftsbury Tassle Loafer Shoes shouldn’t miss from a gentleman’s wardrobe. This pair of shoes adds a little extra to any outfit. This durable pair of shoes is made of 100% suede leather and the sole is made of a combination of leather and rubber. They’re perfect for unofficial meetings with members of high class.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Jazz Shoes Restyled

I always liked jazz shoes for both men and women. For an important event in your life, or for business meetings, you can choose to wear a pair of brown jazz shoes and a beige suit. Tall guys should wear the regularly because they’re flattering for thin persons. For an irreproachable look, always select jazz shoes made of leather.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

No, No, No

I’ve never seen such hideous shoes in my life. Whenever I see something similar, I think on what kind of people are actually them. But without customers, companies wouldn’t ‘create’ such pieces of art. But if you’re a fan of an unconventional dress code please be more creative with the rest of the outfit and forget that such shoes were ever created.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Dress Shoes for Extravagant Men

JGL dress shoes are ideal for extravagant men who want to make an impression. I don’t know if it is because of the lighting effects or these shoes are navy, but this detail and the stitch makes them more special. The combination of normal and varnished leather is perfect for a dress outfit so, don’t worry if you think that it’s a little bit too much.