Whilst everyone should have the classics, it can get a little boring. Make way for the new pairs of footwear you need in your life. Read ahead for more.
A suede tassel loafer is a great summer alternative to a brogue or Derby and works with many different outfits. They look great worn with a tapered, ankle-skimming trouser for a summer wedding, but also work well with denim and coloured chinos in more casual looks.
Chelsea boots look great, protect you from the elements and are another versatile shoe to have in your arsenal. Their sleek design makes them just as viable for wearing with cropped suit trousers as they are for teaming with a good pair of slim jeans to show off the silhouette.
Knitted trainers are a smart idea for several reasons: they’re comfortable, breathable and sustainable (as only the precise amount of material needed is used). Additionally, their knitted-ness lends them a slightly premium feel, in the same way a knitted polo is a level up from a woven one, or a jumper is fancier than a sweatshirt. That and their streamlined, contemporary vibe means they work where ugly running shoes do not.