Heritage tweed and tan leather brogues are a must-have for any man's shoe collection. Not only are they stylish and versatile, but they can also be worn in various ways. In this blog post, we will give you some tips on how to wear men's shoes in a smart and sophisticated way.
Tweed and leather brogues: the perfect pairing
We'll start by exploring why tweed is the perfect companion to the classic vintage brogue. Then move on to the Shelby tweed and tan oxford shoes, and finish up with the Gatsby. So whether you're dressing up for a special occasion or just want to look your best, read on for some great ideas!
The vintage brogue is a smart and versatile shoe that can be worn in a variety of different ways. Tweed is a rough woollen fabric. Like brogues, tweed has Celtic roots. It is most often seen in traditional clothing throughout the British Isles. Also like the leather all London Brogues are made from, tweed is a natural material. This means that it is more sustainable, more breathable and very hardwearing.
Sophisticated Shelby Oxford
Though tweed can be seen as a bit more rough and ready, The Shelby tweed and tan oxford shoes are the perfect choice for a more formal occasion. Whether you're attending a wedding or just want to look your best, these shoes will definitely turn heads. Pair them with a tailored suit or trousers and a crisp white shirt for a sharp look. Alternatively, try teaming them with a pair of chinos and a sweater for a more relaxed outfit.
Great Gatsby Brogues
The Gatsby is a stylish and unique shoe, perfect for any man who wants to make a statement. Whether you're dressing up for a special occasion or just want to add some personality to your look, the Gatsby is a perfect choice. Pair them with a suit or trousers and a shirt for a sharp look, or team them with jeans and a jumper for a more relaxed outfit. No matter what you choose, the Gatsby will add some fun and flair to your outfit.
Why stop at shoes?
If you love our Gatsby shoes then don’t stop there, why not check out our Gatsby boots? Perfect for taking you into the cooler seasons. For the original vintage brogue look, choose tan, or indulge your inner lord of the manner, with our country green tweed.
We hope you enjoyed these tips on how to wear men's shoes. If you have any questions or would like to share your own style tips, feel free to leave a comment below. Thanks for reading!