Friday, November 16, 2012
The loafer has moved beyond its preppy roots. Wear this basic with any casual look involving jeans or trousers.
A good pair of oxfords are the cornerstone of a stylish wardrobe. Remember to keep them polished and to steer clear of puddles.
Ankle boots are refined enough to wear well with both tailored and casual trousers.
Let your feet breath in the sunnier. Sandals go well with soft linen or cotton fabrics, but make sure they are made of leather.
An elegant alternative to loafers, this slip-on is almost universally flattering.
Spectators-cream-colored shoes with brown or black accents-are not for everyone, but they can be very stylish when worn correctly.
Wing-tip shoes add flair to the serious business look. And yes, only wear them with suits- they're too formal for khakis or jeans.
No matter how popular flip-flops become as a summer staple you should only wear yours at the beach or the pool.
The classic work boot protects you from slushy sidewalks and arctic chills.
The driving moc was invented to let you feel a car's pedals better. Now it's an alternative to wearing slippers in public.