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Dress Shoes

Dress Shoes and What They Say About You
Even today, you can still tell a gentleman by his shoes. According to science, the color, the condition and the heel height of the shoes reveal a lot about your personality. Bright orange Oxford shoes disclose extraverts, well-worn but perfectly polished brogues suggest that there is a practical man in front of you, caring for the things he loves, and so on.
Dress shoes have a big impact on a man’s look. Whether going on a business meeting, making a first impression or attending a wedding, the right shoe style will definitely help you to win sympathy and inspire trust in others.

3 Main Dress Shoe Styles: Which One to Choose?
Oxford Shoes. Their most recognizable trait is the “closed lacing” where the leather pieces joined by the laces are sewn together at the bottom. Oxfords are famous for their minimalism. That makes them able to pair with most suits.

For everyday wear, there's a wide range of colors to choose – brown shades (like cognac, whiskey, chocolate), blue, red, green. There are plenty of materials to choose from – different kinds of leather, suede and nubuck with various finishes.
For a business look, dark shades are the safest choice. Dark brown or black Oxfords are suitable for every meeting.
If the occasion is a wedding, you’d better count on the classics and pair your tuxedo with black patent shoes.
Derby Shoes. The Derby design is similar to Oxford, but it’s less formal. The main difference is that Derbies have open lacing, not closed. This style looks best on casual outfits. Jeans and a shirt are the best mates for a Derby shoe.

Monk Strap. This style has no lacing. It’s closed by a strap with a buckle. The design offers an effective alternative to laced dress shoes. The monk strap is a very versatile shoe that can be worn with jeans or suits. It attracts attention and may at times become the focal point of the outfit. Monk Strap shoes are often crafted out of leather or suede. You can meet designs with decorative brogueing too.
Having an outstanding pair of dress shoes is not a luxury, it’s a necessity. Even biggest sneaker fans occasionally need to suit up. Better have a pair classical dress shoes when needed. After all “fine feathers make fine birds”. Why do dress shoes matter so much in men’s style? Three reasons – they are a status symbol since… forever, they sharpen the endpoints of the outfits, and, last but not least, women love them!