Fall is a time of change as we put our flips-flops away for yet another season and prep our wardrobes for cooler temperatures. Although the shoes for men this fall are simplistic, they are anything but boring. Versatility and high performance is what men need to look for when gearing up for the autumn season. Luxury is attainable when you look in the right places.
Versatility to the maximum with this simple, yet timeless staple. The medium brown oxford helps to pull any outfit together for a causal, yet polished look.
The leather Derby by Church is flawless without stitching or toe caps. This shoe is streamlined and polished. It is a simple leather shoe that tops off the most basic of outfits with a touch of elegance.
Whether out on the town for a relaxing Sunday brunch or trekking around the city sightseeing, the sneaker is an optimal choice is shoe gear. The leather sneaker by Bally adds just enough style dress up jeans or basic trousers.
The Desert Boot
A suede desert boot is not only for hiking. This boot is not as clunky as your typical hiking boot, and it is the perfect shoe to pair with a navy suit. It goes effortlessly from day to night.
Somewhere between a sneaker and a suede shoe is the Plimsoll. Created by John Lobb, this comfortable shoe falls somewhere in between Vans and other casual footwear.
Paul Evans knows leather shoes and style. He has the keen ability to know what works and what doesn’t. Comfort, affordability and quality are the three key elements in his line of shoes for men. Using only the finest of Neopolatean leather, his only concern is to continually produce the-of-the-line products with the style and optimal quality.