Even though you’re not going back to school, treat yourself to some new shoes.
Mid-summer is that awkward time of year when you’re unsure of what to purchase at your favorite stores. Offering their summer collections on clearance while also debuting their fall collections simultaneously, stores can start to be a bit confusing. Thankfully, when it comes to shoes, you can get great styles and fits that transition from the heat of summer to the crisp fall air.
Purchasing a great pair of sturdy loafers can take you from summer to fall very easily, especially when you choose a versatile shade of brown. This pair from Nisolo has become one of our go-to favorites because of its amazing construction, versatility and comfort. They can be paired with a pair of ripped denim, a well-tailor dark denim or even a suit pant. The color makes them an easy win with lights, darks and even black (if you’re feeling dangerous).
Another pair of loafers we suggest is a pair similar to these from Mezlan. The high quality lighter brown leather makes them very breathable and easy to slip on and off. In the same way that the Nisolos can be paired with many different pant styles, this more formal option can even jazz up a pair of dress shorts or a crisp khaki pant.
The next pair we suggest is this camel Chelsea boot from Thursday Boots. The suede material adds an element of class to even a casual outfit. They can easily be paired with browns or blacks and look great with a tailored button-up or even
your favorite leather jacket. A solid Chelsea boot can up your fashion game and add a cool British classic twist to an otherwise plain outfit.
One last pair you’ll be glad you have are a more casual leather sneaker option like these from Unnown Footwear. We like this pair because it’s a hybrid between a dress shoe and a sneaker. Thanks to the wingtip detail, it gives you a more dressed up vibe while still staying cool and casual. This particular pair looks greatwith a pair of shorts, but could also be dressed up with a button-up or even a t-shirt/blazer ensemble.
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