When on holidays you can’t beat a lazy pair of Italian loafers. They’re comfortable, well-crafted and complement smart casual better than most shoes. Most importantly they’ve got a history which dates back to the 1930s so that means you’re always sliding into an enduring pair of menswear history.
Of course we also understand that not every man knows how to wear loafers, so we’ve also got the complete guide on how to wear loafers should you need it.
Passing that little test, here are the nine loafers we’re loving at the moment which will take you from the office to the party with style and ease.
Tried and tested the men’s leather loafer is the classic choice when it comes to this shoe. Durable and suitable for every season, the leather loafer is most often seen in black and brown. Keep them well polished and you’ll have a shoe to wear with suits and more casually with jeans.
The suede loafer is the elegant dry weather loafer which is often overlooked when loafer shopping. Think of the suede loafer in the warmth or Florence in an Italian Summer. Brown and tan suede are the most common choices when it comes to these fine specimens.