Most Fashionable Men’s Shoes

Offices all over the country now welcome workers dressed from the most casual to traditionally smart. Whether you wear a 3-piece suit or jeans and a t-shirt, we’ve got the most fashionable men’s shoes that will have you strutting through the office this year:

1. Black Classic Oxford
You can’t go far wrong with the Classic Oxford lace-up. Five-eyelet, sleek polished finish, cap toe and sensible heel make this pair of shoes a must-have for every man’s shoe rack. The perfect shoe to complete the stylish look of every suit, of a suitable colour, the Classic Oxford is a gentleman’s classic and will be for many season’s to come, if not every season.

2. Tan leather brogues
Offering a more distinguished, alternative look to the Classic Oxford, tan leather brogues are just as stylish and just as vital to your shoe rack. An ideal addition to your brown or blue suit, the tan leather brogues can also be dressed down for a number of looks. The type of brogue

3. Ankle boots
If your office is more relaxed than the traditional 1970s working environment of grey suits, grey ties and grey faces – try wearing ankle boots to work. They go perfectly with skinny jeans and can be worn in a less casual way than the name suggests. Very popular with those young, trendy pop stars, you too can look great in a pair of leather ankle boots.

4. Winkle pickers
The skinny jean rock-star look may have been and gone in the last few years, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t leave a lasting impression. The best thing to come out of this UK phenomenon was the re-emergence of the classic 1950s winkle pickers. Giving an edgy look to your office suit or a touch of style to those scruffy jeans, the winkle pickers are adaptable, workable and more importantly cool.

5. Plimsolls
The word ‘plimsoll’ may bring back memories of those elasticated black shoes from your primary school PE lessons. But, ugly and unappealing plimsolls are a thing of the past. If you go in any high street shoe shop, you’ll see rows and rows of plimsolls. With so many styles to choose from, you can pick a colour, material or pattern to match any look in your wardrobe. The plimsoll can only be worn in a casual office space, but for those that do, it’s the perfect way to add a bit of your own personality to your work outfit.