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With the upcoming season lurking for the bitter weather to creep out, you might want to get your spring/summer wardrobe sorted. Although the chill in the air might not inspire you to start thinking of the colours, styles, accessories et al to play with, I'll urge you to get started now.
Without a doubt, the 'it' for the upcoming season in will be ; a truly timeless piece that must be part of any man's spring/summer wardrobe staple.
Chinos are the smarter alternative to jeans but still perfect for great relaxed style. When the new season kicks in, it's all about making statements with some chinos in audacious colours. What would you pair with chinos?. When it comes to wearing chinos for the new season, you'll have one or two things to decide on. What shoes to wear with it? And what top is suitable? Frankly, there are no right or wrong answers to these questions. It all depends on individual; as you need to figure out what style suits your personality. You might also want to consider the place you are wearing it to; a formal occasion is not ideal from my perspective.
Personally, my comfort is a priority. I will be teaming my chinos with smart soft sole shoes for the new season. I'd like to know what shoes you would pair with your chinos. Can you vote below for the shoes that you'll team with your chinos?
While black shoes are a predictable safe bet for dark navy or charcoal grey suits and formal wear, brown actually offers a man much more style and flexibility.
Top quality brown leather shoes give a richness and character to all types or tones of cloth worn next to them.
The Milanese are almost fanatical about their preference for brown footwear over black, whether it be a high polish, saddle-tanned business shoe, or rubber soled brown suede for more casual weekend wear.
It is difficult to explain why other colours such as burgundy (although the penny loafer does look smart in this colour), navy or dark grey have never suggested as much class or taste in men's formal ootwear. Perhaps it's because shiny, dyed colours look artificial next to the more natural leather colours of brown and black?
I have noticed in my Camberley studio that tan colours are a popular choice at the moment; these convey a more casual, summery look.
Whatever colour you decide on, remember you shoes should feel comfortable from the moment you try them on (and if at all possible) take some time to get your feet measured properly.
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