Your shoes say it all. A man is frequently judged by his shoes, so when i comes to getting dressed, remember to think about your feet. Shoes are a critical component of an outfit - get ready to put your best foot forward.
Brogues are the classic business shoe. Perfect with a suit, they can also be dressed down with jeans when in brown. Identified by the distinctive patterns across the toe, and available as a full or half-brogue, this is the essential shoe for every wardrobe.
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The oxford is the epitome of English style – understated, classic and perfect with a suit. Similar in shape to a brogue, though without the patterend toes, they should be of black or brown polished leather; more casually they can also look good in suede.
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Loafers are one of the most informal and convenient shoes, but wear with caution. An American innovation, developed by Italian shoemakers, they represent a Continental style and are best paired with chinos, jeans or shorts.
The ankle boot tends to look wrong with a formal suit and should, therefore, be avoided for smart dress codes. However, with slim fit suits, they can create a mod-like look which will work in less formal situations.
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