Shoe Style Guide


The Casual Aristocrat
Loafers, the perfect blend of casual and class, are versatile enough for both jeans and chinos. For a relaxed yet sophisticated look, pair them with ankle-length trousers, ensuring a small peek at your ankles. For an evening ensemble, they complement a crisp linen suit beautifully. Stay sockless or choose no-show socks to keep that stylish ankle exposed.

Cap Toe Oxfords

The Formal Front-runner
The quintessential dress shoe, cap toe oxfords are best reserved for suits and formal wear. The "cap" on the toe adds a touch of detail that distinguishes it from other dress shoes. Go classic with a tailored suit or bring out your tux for those black-tie events. Remember to match your belt with your shoe color for a seamless look.


The Versatile Virtuoso
Featuring open lacing, derbies are a tad more casual than oxfords but pack just as much punch. They are the perfect choice for business casual looks. Think blazers, tailored trousers, or even dark jeans. The broader design is also ideal for those with wider feet, marrying comfort with style.


The Stalwart Stunner
From chukkas to Chelsea boots, there's a style for every occasion. Pair them with cuffed jeans or tailored trousers. For a rugged look, wear them with denim and a leather jacket. When the weather turns, they're not only stylish but practical, ensuring you step out with confidence, rain or shine.

Monk Straps

The Dualistic Dapper
Single or double, monk straps bring a unique blend of formality and flair. For a bold statement, opt for the double strap with tailored trousers or even a suit. For those more casual outings, the single strap pairs effortlessly with dark jeans or chinos. The absence of laces offers a sleek profile, making you stand out in any crowd.


The Elegant Purist
Crafted from a single piece of leather, wholecuts are the epitome of understated elegance. Given their minimalist design, they shine best with a suit, especially for formal occasions. Pair them with a slim-fit suit, and let the shoes be the subtle star of your ensemble.

Low Top Sneakers

The Weekend Warrior 
Ideal for weekend outings or casual Fridays, low top sneakers offer a relaxed vibe without compromising on style. Wear them with chinos or jeans. For a smart casual look, pair them with tailored trousers and a blazer. Choose leather sneakers for an upgraded casual look, ensuring you stay stylish even in laid-back settings.

Always remember: Confidence is the best accessory you can wear. Whatever style you choose, wear it with pride and own the room!