Style is a staple of a man in today’s business world. Both women and men look at what a man is wearing when he walking into the room and or shakes your hand. Finding the right shoes for you can be daunting. With so many options in the market it can get overwhelming but have no fear, we have selected 13 shoes you may want to add to your closet below.
Think of them as your workhorse shoe. Perfect with everything from jeans to suits, and appropriate for everything but formal occasions and (very) important meetings with (relatively) conservative business partners.
Longing bluchers ($515) by Alden for J. Crew, jcrew.com
Black Cap Toe Oxfords
You know how that last pair wouldn’t work for the dressier moments in your life? These will. Every time.
Phillip II lace-up ($1,585) by John Lobb,bergdorfgoodman.com
Tailor-made — well, actually, cobbler-made — for the “suited and booted” look.
Leather Chelsea boots ($765) by Tod’s, tods.com
For a hike through the woods. Or, you know, a walk around the corner.
100 Mile lace-up boots ($340) by Wolverine, stevenalan.com
More dressed-up than a sneaker, but not quite as proper as hardbottoms. Your go-to option for a casual everyday outfit.
Fango desert boot ($612.64) by Marséll, farfetch.com
Because sometimes you want something with a bit more, well… personality than laces.
Cap toe double monk strap shoes ($995) by Salvatore Ferragamo, ferragamo.com
White Leather (or Canvas) Sneakers
Every guy needs a pair of understated, off-duty sneakers.
Achilles low sneaker ($391) by Common Projects,lagarconne.com
A classic American shoe that just happens to have originated in Norway and, in the case of this pair, been made in Italy.
Tubbs loafer ($565) by Paul Smith, barneys.com
For your daily run — be it around the track or to the local watering hole after work.
Flyknit Lunar1+ ($160) by Nike, nike.com
For every other day in June, July, and August.
Authentic original boat shoe ($85) by Sperry Top-Sider,sperrytopsider.com