1.White Leather Sneakers
This year we’re seeing the sneaker trend steer back to classics, think Converse and all-white tennis shoes offering a clean aesthetic,” Caroline Maguire, Shopbop’s Fashion Director tells TZR. “These styles work year-round as you can pair them with dresses in warmer seasons and full layers in the cool.”
2.Jordan Air 1
The Men’s Air Jordan Retro 1 High OG is Michael Jordan’s iconic first signature shoe in its truest form. Accept no substitutes when it comes the legendary sneaker. The Air Jordan 1 Retro in its High OG iteration is designed to best replicate the shape, quality, and materials of the original release of the shoe in 1985.
Vans Started As The Van Doren Rubber Company:The shoe brand we know and love as Vans actually started as the Van Doren Rubber Company, in Anaheim California. … The name Vans was coined when people would say “Let’s head over to Van’s and grab shoes”, Vans took the nickname and ran with it.
Chelsea boots, alternatively known as Dealer boots in the United Kingdom, are close-fitting, ankle-high boots with an elastic side panel. They often have a loop or tab of fabric on the back of the boot, enabling the boot to be pulled on.
Chukka boots are ankle-high leather boots with suede or leather uppers, leather or rubber soles, and open lacing with two or three pairs of eyelets. The name chukka possibly comes from the game of polo, where a chukka is a period of play.
Wingtip shoes, or brogues as they are known in Europe, are characterized by a pointed toe cap that spreads toward the sides of the shoes in a shape that somewhat resembles wings, hence “wingtip.” The toe cap is usually decorated with perforations of varying sizes.
Penny loafers are, well, loafers, which is to say that they are a slip-on shoe, rather than a laced shoe such as a brogue or an Oxford. This kind of shoe has been around for ages, whether you’re looking at the moccasins of native americans or the slip-on dress shoes of European aristocracy.
8.Double Monk Strap Shoe
The monk strap shoe is one of the most enduring footwear styles of all time. Classy yet fashionable, they can be slipped on and off and are perfect for the lace-adverse gentleman. The finely crafted nature of the monk strap lends it a dash of formality with a sophisticated note.
Although brogues are suitable for a broad spectrum of different casual and formal occasions, you should refrain from wearing them to black tie events. The only exception are black ghillie brogues which can be paired with formal Scottish dress for weddings and other traditional occasions.