Men’s shoes for spring

I have a bit of an obsession with men’s fashion. I love writing about it. I love talking about it and I really love looking at men’s shoes. Now, I’m not one of those girls who can pull off a baggy men’s shirt or who wears boyfriend jeans all the time. My style is a bit too feminine for that. However, men’s shoes can be very versatile.

I might do a post at a later date that focuses on styles for women using men’s clothes but for now, gents, this post is all for you.

I have quite specific tastes when comes to men’s shoes but I’m going to try and give you a good selection today…

Pink hi-tops might be a bit much for most guys but these Hummel trainers are amazing. They’d need to be worn with a bit of swagger and some nice baggy jeans. Next we have something a little more practical. I think men tend to overlook a good quality boot, either opting for trainers or shoes.

I’m sure there are more benefits to boots than their obvious aesthetic superiority, though. These Hudson boots are simple with a little bit of a rock and roll air to them. They’re the sort of boots that are built to last but will still look awesome even when they are a bit scuffed and worn.

Feud London makes amazing shoes for both men and women. The men’s shoes are edgy and a little quirky. I love these Sulfure brogues. They’re a nice take a on a two-tone shoe.

Simple, black shoes are a must have for any man. These suede ones from Billtornade have a beautiful shape and the fantasticly bright lining gives them a little something extra.

Finally two pairs of beautiful blue men’s shoes. Blue is a huge trend in menswear for SS13 so if a pale blue blazer with chinos isn’t your style, you can jump on the trend bandwagon with shoes like these. The first pair – brogues again – are from Geox who makes a really diverse range of shoes from walking boots to these very on-trend shoes.

The next shoe bridges the gap between shoe and trainer. It’s not casual enough that you might be denied entry into a club but it’s not a formal shoe either. Bagua make men’s shoes in all sorts of shapes and styles but I can’t really see anything from the collection that I don’t like. I’d recommend talking a closer look.

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