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Navy Suits and Leather Shoes Styling, suiting, menswear, fall, trend, style, business
LookMazing
12-17-2013

Navy Suits and Leather Shoes Styling

Take a moment and look in your closet. If you wear suits on a regular basis, there are probably a number of blue ones at your disposal. During the fall & winter months many guys tend to gravitate toward suede footwear to complement the texture of their wool & tweed suits, but, we challenge you to look into highly detailed leather kicks. The shoes in this feature are the Tyndall Wingtip Boots in oxblood & the Clayton Pebble Leather Double Monk Straps by Johnston & Murphy. Why Choose A Detailed Leather Shoe vs Suede Starting with the practical application, leather shoes are easier to maintain than suede. A solid shine and you’re typically good to go. If you get caught in a sudden down pour, your leather shoes will have a better chance of not getting destroyed. Leather shoes offer an elegant contrasted to the texture material of your wool suits (in fall/winter weights). As with the oxblood leather boots, leather shoes tends to hold their shape much better than suede. A sleek silhouette is the sign of a well-constructed leather shoe. The small details stand out better with leather. For example, check out the broguing on the wingtip boots and the pebble leather double monk strap shoes both offer details that are sometimes lost on suede shoes (not all the time). When you’re not suited up, leather shoes complement denim seamlessly. Remember, leather ages better. This aging process can add some serious character to your footwear.
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Take a moment and look in your closet. If you wear suits on a regular basis, there are probably a number of blue ones at your disposal. During the fall & winter months many guys tend to gravitate toward suede footwear to complement the texture of their wool & tweed suits, but, we challenge you to look into highly detailed leather kicks. The shoes in this feature are the Tyndall Wingtip Boots in oxblood & the Clayton Pebble Leather Double Monk Straps by Johnston & Murphy. Why Choose A Detailed Leather Shoe vs Suede Starting with the practical application, leather shoes are easier to maintain than suede. A solid shine and you’re typically good to go. If you get caught in a sudden down pour, your leather shoes will have a better chance of not getting destroyed. Leather shoes offer an elegant contrasted to the texture material of your wool suits (in fall/winter weights). As with the oxblood leather boots, leather shoes tends to hold their shape much better than suede. A sleek silhouette is the sign of a well-constructed leather shoe. The small details stand out better with leather. For example, check out the broguing on the wingtip boots and the pebble leather double monk strap shoes both offer details that are sometimes lost on suede shoes (not all the time). When you’re not suited up, leather shoes complement denim seamlessly. Remember, leather ages better. This aging process can add some serious character to your footwear.


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