8 of the Best Pairs of Shoes Available This Season
You can never have too many pairs of shoes. Especially during colder months where you may be wearing the same outwear quite frequently, cool kicks are a great way to mix things up. Here are eight pairs of shoes not to be missed this season.
1. Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Andy Warhol Collection High Top
Chuck Taylors are as classic as they come. So is Andy Warhol. The bright colored camo style of these Andy Warhol Collection Converse Chuck Taylor All Star high tops were designed in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts. You’ll like these sneakers so much, you’ll want to wear them for way more than 15 minutes.
2. Versace Collection Driving Shoe
You don’t need a driver’s license to look good in Versace’s driving shoes. Made in Portugal, these richly colored Bordeaux suede shoes are perfect for fall. Featuring the Versace logo buckle in silver, they can be worn with everything from a formal suit to casual jeans.
3. Sandro Desert Boots
Boots are really big this season. With a lace-up front, French label Sandro’s Desert Boots are the perfect pair for the weekend. The light tan color compliments jeans incredibly well, especially providing a contrast to darker rinses. The white stitching and laces complete the look of this attractive boot.
4. The Office of Mister Scott The Smythe, Wool & Leather Cap Toe Oxford
Most shoes are made of just one material, and let’s face it, your typical leather oxford shoe can be really boring. That’s just one reason why The Office of Mister Scott’s The Smythe, Wool & Leather Cap Toe Oxford shoes stand out. Made of leather and very textured wool, even the lining is made of multiple materials, leather, and cork. As if that wasn’t enough, the bi-colored sole and heel add to the originality of the design without making it look too busy.
5. The Office of Mister Scott Perforated Brush-Off Leather Oxford
The office of Mister Scott is an expert in making traditional shoes look less than traditional. Their Perforated Brush-Off Leather Oxford is sporty, yet refined. Featuring alternating stripes of black perforated and solid grey leather, as well as multi-colored heels and soles, they’re ideal for the weekend or turning a boring suit into an interesting ensemble. These shoes are also especially good for shorter men because they have a 1.3-inch stacked heel for a little extra lift.
6. Zara Mountain Inspired Quilted Boots
Zara’s Mountain Inspired Quilted Boots are more appropriate for the great streets than the great outdoors, but there are cases when form is more important than function. Especially considering the price. The upper part of the boot has soft grey and black tones, while the sole and outer are a solid contrasting black. The faux fur lining is a detail that makes these shoes look more expensive than they are.
7. Ted Baker Joehal Classic Suede Derby Shoes in Teal
Ted Baker’s Joehal Classic Suede Derby shoes might be called classic, but in reality, they are actually pretty modern. These suede teal shoes are such a rich color and can kick an otherwise boring ensemble up a notch. If you are into this shoe but teal isn’t your color, they are also available in grey, tan, brown, and dark blue.
8. Sid Mashburn Chelsea Boot in Olive Suede
Atlanta designer Sid Mashburn has some of the most innovative clothing and accessories available. His Chelsea Boots in Olive Suede were inspired by both English and Western equestrian cultures. It’s a really unique color and can take you through the spring. Made in England, these boots will be a hit wherever you go.