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Types of Dress Shoes

Types of Dress Shoes & some handy Tips to Buy & Care "Chosing the right type of dress shoe can be tricky at times. Just go with one to match your dress, occassion and ofcourse your style." Dress Shoes for Business or Dressy Occasions 3 SEFFEE 1. Cap-Toe Oxford 2. Wing-Tip Oxford 3. Plain-Toe Oxford 4. Monk Strap Due to its texture and The cap-toe is the dressiest and most The plain-toe is less dressy and more simple. It's appropri- ate for all business The Monk Strap is a European classic which has a buckle heft, the wing-tip can popular of all the business shoe be worn well with the styles. It looks best when worn with the more textured and heavier fabrics like on the side. It is most commonly made of calfskin, but settings. tweed and flannel. They're too formal for khakis or jeans, so more serious suit brown suede leather fabrics and styles. is very popular for a touch of uniqueness. avoid the mismatch. Dress Shoes For Casual Wear 6. 8. 5. Loafers 6. Slip-On Shoe 7. Driving Moc 8. Dress Shoe / Boot If you're looking for a dress shoe that will always look good with a pair of jeans, go for a slip- on instead of one with laces. The driving mọc was invented to let you feel a car's pedals better. Now it's an alternative to wear- The loafer has Dress boots look moved beyond it's preppy roots. Wear this basic with any casual look involving jeans or trousers. fantastic with dressy and casual clothes, such as a great- fitting pair of dark colored designer jeans, a pair of dress trousers, or a casual suit. ing slippers in public. Best worn with khaki shorts in summer with no socks. 9. 10 12 9. Boat Shoes 10. Cowboy Boots 11. Desert Boots 12. Bucks These once strictly functional piece of footwear has This is a high-cut shoe usually made of calfskin or suede An old standby among lace-up shoes for summer Classic version of American's contribu- tion to footwear. The become very popu- lar to wear casually with khakis or even jeans. perfect combination to the other Ameri- can casual standby - the blue jean. and always seems to remain in fashion. wear, the white buck comes with a red Has a cushy rubber sole making it a great walking shoe for uneven terrain. rubber sole or can be worn in shades of brown, tan or buff. Shoe shopping & caring tips 1 For the best fit and selection, go to specialty dress shoe stores. For the best deals, visit department stores, wholesalers, and outlet malls. Don't shy away from buying shoes on clearance, either. The only thing these shoes are usually guilty of is being a season or two “out of style." But honestly, when you get out on the street, nobody can tell the difference between a 2005 Kenneth Cole oxford and a 2007 Kenneth Cole oxford. If you are going to buy shoes online, a good trick is to try on the same pair in a store to ensure a comfortable fit, and then go online for the best deal. But if you have previous experience with a particular brand, then ther's no need to worry about purchasing shoes online without trying the on first. IN any case, most rep- utable online retailers offer full refunds. Visit shoe stores on Sunday mornings, or late on weeknights. Chances are you will be the only customer in the store, and the sales-person will be able to concen- trate on you. The result? Knowledgeable, one-on-one service. If you want to extend the life of your shoes, a professional shoe shine is worth much more than what you pay for it. If you're after a winner's style and you've invested good money in your shoes, it's really unbecoming to be shy about a professional shine. If you're nervous about getting a professional shine for the first time, take it from me, the men shining shoes in hotels, airports, train stations or street corners are some of the friendliest people I've ever met. From the minute you sit down in the chair they will take care of everything with gentle, knowing taps or touches. Just be friendly and enjoy the experience. PS. if you wish to do it yourself, here is a god one - Conclusion The next time you put on your pair of dress shoes to go out, take a good look at what you're wearing. Are they a quality pair of shoes? Is it fit for the occa- sion? Is it scuffed up? Does it need repairing or shining? Is it out of style? (Boxy, square shoes look good on nobody) Your shoes will make or break any look. Next time, give the attention to your shoes first, before anything else. Content Source Infographic by PS

Types of Dress Shoes

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Types of Dress Shoes and some Handy Tips to Buy and Care. Choosing the right type of shoes can be tricky at times, just go with one to match your dress,occasion and of course your style.




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