What color shoes do I wear dammit!

As if selecting the right suit, shirt, tie and belt were not difficult enough, I now have to pick what shoes to wear!  Damn I have it difficult.  Look guys, we know this question keeps us up most nights, and is a perennial source of contention – but this succinct advice below should clear up all doubts and never have you leaving home questioning your sense of style or flair ever again!  Unless of course, you want people to say this:

badshoes

Otherwise, go with the following advice:

  • Pair black suits with black shoes
  • Grey suits with black or camel shoes
  • Brown suits with brown or camel shoes
  • Navy suits with black, camel or tan shoes

And there you have it.  You never have to worry about flirting with disaster the next time you leave your house!



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2 replies

  1. What about a seersucker, or khaki spring/sumer time suit? Or a white suit?

    • Hey Luke. Generally speaking, you want the color of your shoes to be darker than the color of your pants, with the key exception of wearing black on brown. With a seersucker, given that it is generally of a lighter color, you could go with a mix of white and tan or just tan colored shoes. For a khaki, I would go with an earth tone, as would be the same with a white suit.

      For the seersucker, if you want to add color to the outfit, I would generally reserve that for the tie or the belt. Keep the shoes a lighter, earth tone. More flashy guys will opt for pastel colored shoes or blue shoes – something of that nature.

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