Today we want to strike a blow for one of the nicest materials you can find in the shoe closet. We talk about the relaxed elegant men’s shoe aptly is mostly associated with the spring and summer months. We have selected our favorites from the spring in different price range and performance.
Just like when you buy a vårkostym to open Spring for a brighter color palette. When you set the gr vre brogues and boots in basement storage room for season picks we produce unlined derbys, oxfords and loafers, not least, for the first time in several months.
Suede is that we talked about many times before a material that gets undeserved criticism when it comes to sensitivity. It is true that the patina on a shoe in calf leather may be somewhat easier to maintain, but it is far from being a disaster if you happen to be out there in a short rain.
With a gentle suede brush, a good mockashampoo or woolens as well as a mockaspray can work wonders even with the rather embattled suede shoes. Happen to have a pair of shoes in a shade available in pigmented mockaspray, it is recommended as it can easily restore much of the luster and color suede can lose after prolonged use.
When it comes to model and color to choose, to assume their own taste and wardrobe. A black or dark brown suede is clearly easier to care for and återfärga than a sandy-coloured but the latter can be superior to a pair of white cotton pants in summer.
We have selected some personal favorites for spring.
A so-called PTB or Plain Toe Blucher in a really nice shade of Mocha from Tricker’s.
A pair of boots can in the right performance work perfectly, even in spring. Select a few sandy with leather sole and combine them with a few light-colored jeans.
Derby Brogue from John Lobb Paris in Hayle.
An alternative to the various brown tones are Navy Blue Suede. A surprisingly versatile choice for more casual attire.
- M. Weston
A little blunt classic pennyloafers in dark brown suede from j. m. Weston.
Aldens unlined derby in snuff suede is perfect with jeans in the spring.
Crockett & Jones
Suede associated perhaps not mainly with black but can be fantastic with their matte shine.
String Loafers from Spanish Carmina in the color Snuff Suede. (even the top picture)
Oxford brogue in mocha from Japanese Hiro Yanagimachi.