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Dress Shoes for Men



I had to opportunity to wear a pair of the Vivobarefoot dress shoes known as the Lisbon during a lecture on running I gave at the American Podiatric Medical Association National Conference. The easiest and best way to describe them is – flat, no heel, flexible, and looks just like …

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Lodger Shoes


There are certain things a man aspires to own in his life: a home, maybe a vacation pied-à-terre (if you’re lucky), a nice timepiece, a bespoke suit, or a dream car or truck. But one thing you must not overlook on this quest is owning a pair of great shoes, …

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Chukka, Chelsea, and Lace-Up


These are PS by Paul Smith Dove ankle boots. Boots are very elegant and sophisticated shoes, but they can also be casual shoes. Even Beau Brummel, the original dandy liked to wear boots and he knew what he was doing! Wearing the right boots can not only improve your look, …

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Dress Shoes for Different Occasions


Cap-toe oxford The cap-toe is the dressiest and most popular of all the business shoe styles. It looks best when worn with the more serious suit fabrics and styles. If you get one in brown, wear with navy suit, or an earth-toned suit of olive, brown or tan. Black is …

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Loafers For Style


Nowadays, men have a wide range of shoe designs to choose to match with the outfits they have at home. Instead of the common sandals and leather shoes, men can wear trendy pairs of loafers to any occasion. Whether to work, a special date, a formal event or a casual day out during …

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What Color Brogues to Wear ?


One of the questions men face in autumn is “What stylish shoes to wear and, at the same time, look fantastic?” What’s YOUR answer? Did you say black leather shoes? If you did… you’re close but not quite there… I have a better option for you. In fact, I have …

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Dress Shoes for Men


Avoid brown in town (and after 6.00pm). British construction beats Italian. Never do business with a man in loafers. These are some of the shoddy truisms our grandfathers taught us as callow lads. We also remember the intoxicating confusion of entering a proper bootmakers for the first time. The experience …

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