Men’s Footwear Edit: The Shoes You Need Now

Men’s Footwear Edit: The Shoes You Need Now

From chunky boots to slick Vans, there are so many seriously good men’s shoes out there at the moment. Here we pick our top six designs which, we think, you need to have in your life. Encompassing current as well as upcoming trends, your feet will be stylish for months to come.

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Let’s start with a pair that would work wonders now but, thanks to their durability, can continue to be worn well into autumn. The Lacoste Sumac Mens Boat Shoes make a traditionally summery pair of shoes winter-cool. Mixing classicality with sporting style, they’re a firm favourite of ours. Offering a similar trendy two-tone aesthetic are the Vans 106 Mens Vulcanized Plimsolls. Never ceasing to be stylish, Vans shoes are an addiction. We love this pair for its use of grey; a top colour for autumn/winter 2013-14.

Driving out of shoe territory and into a more sturdy landscape, we’re obsessed with the CAT Colorado Mens Boots – Honey. Worker boots are no longer resigned to builder-territory only that’s for sure. Style them with tapered jeans or navy chinos. Another cool style that’s a sure-fire autumn favourite is the desert boot. Mix the signature look with a fresh approach with our Fred Perry Byron Mid-Suede Mens Boots. Everyone’s sure to love them!

Converse trainers are an undeniable staple. Wear the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hi Top Plimsolls – White for every season. How about styling them with cuff jeans, a roll-sleeved T-shirt and a chunky knit this autumn? For something a little smarter, opt for the Clarks Montacute Wing Mens Shoes. Dress them up for a special occasion or, if you want to truly encompass trendiness, then wear them day-in-day-out for a casual-cum-smart appearance.

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