The wedding is not only a very special, but usually also a particularly long day. From the ceremony to the reception to a night of dancing, the shoes should match – with the suit, the occasion and, above all, the foot! We present three different types of shoes that cut a fine figure at every wedding.
Oxford and Derby shoes are certainly the classic shoes for a suit and are therefore the first choice for most wedding outfits.
The elegant low shoe is available in many variations, from simply shiny to elegantly decorated. In terms of color, it traditionally boils down to black, sometimes brown.
If you want to be a little more daring, there are no limits to your imagination. Many men’s shoes impress with the fact that you can let off steam with rivets, heels or unusual leather variants, for example, without losing any of their elegance. So you can also consider brogues or even a creeper sole if it suits the suit and individual types in the end.
Simple Chelsea boots or elegant boots with Cuban heels can look particularly elegant in a suit. This is very pleasant at a party in winter. But this option is also very interesting for those who don’t like to wear low shoes.
Absolute tip: Break in the shoes before the big day, hard leather can be made softer with neatsfoot oil and at the same time it gets a noble freshness and additional shine.