Five Formal Shoes for Summer Weddings

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We’re rapidly approaching wedding season. If you have a few wedding celebrations in the calendar this summer, now is the time to be getting your outfit sorted. Along with making sure your suit has been dry-cleaned and your formal shirts are freshly pressed, you’ll want to set aside some time to think about accessories.

Perhaps we’re biased, but we’re fairly convinced that shoes are the most important accessory of all. They’re practical, they’re comfortable and, if you choose well, they can be darn stylish!

Here are five pairs of shoes we think are ideal for summer weddings.

1. Oxford Edgware

Can you get any more classic than this? These gorgeous Oxford shoes with delicate brogue detail are available in black or brown leather. A black pair would look perfect with a light grey wedding suit.

2. Wingtip Derby

If you’re looking for something with a bit more detail, we think you’ll love these wingtip Derby shoes. They have a classic Derby shape with the added benefit of a stunning wingtip design. These are available in brown leather or brown suede. We think the brown suede would look great with a navy wedding suit.

3. Wholecut Rain

Want to make a simple suave statement? Look no further. These whole cut shoes are made from the finest quality box calf leather and are available in black or brown. These would be ideal paired with a more attention grabbing suit, such as something with pinstripes or a lot of texture.

4. Wingtip Oxford Rain

Gentlemen who prefer a vintage look will adore these two-tone wingtip Oxford shoes in cognac leather and snuff suede. For best results, wear with a classic three piece suit!

5. Double Monk Strap Inca

Want to wear something a little different from all the other wedding guests? We think these Double Monk Strap Inca shoes are a really fun choice. They’re available in black or brown leather, and work brilliantly as part of a sleek, modern outfit.

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