Friday, 27 March 2015

Loafers at the Workplace - How to do it Right

A big hello to all fashion-forward men here! Winter has bid us goodbye, and before one could savour the fresh fragrance of spring, summer is upon us already. The temperatures are soon going to soar, so while you sit there dreading the sweltering days ahead, go on and stock up your wardrobe with summer essentials - cool cottons and luxurious linens! And so far as footwear is concerned, loafers and moccasins are the way to go this summer - style up your feet in trendy loafers for they are not just more comfortable in comparison to stuffy shoes and boots, but are also in vogue and make quite a fashion statement.

Loafers and moccasins have now become the best alternative to your regular boring office footwear - leather lace-up shoes. However it is imperative that one understands the difference between loafers and moccasins so they can pair them up with their clothes smartly. One basic difference between them is that while moccasins come with laces, loafers are without them. But then again because of them laces, do not confuse moccasins with your regular lace-up shoes - the laces on moccasins are just for style. Loafers on the other hand basically flat, slip-ons.

Both loafers and moccasins can be smartly teamed up with formal office wear. For a formal office look, you can pair them up with trousers and chinos. And if you are heading out for a party or informal outing, then you can team them up with denims, cargos and track pants. Make sure you pick up colours that suit your personality and clothing style - while black, brown and different shades of tan look great for office-wear, blue and maroon pep up casual wear. So what are waiting for, stock them up and get ready to flaunt your style sense. Besides, the old adage says that a man can always be judged by the shoes he wears, so if you are styled up in these trendy loafers, rest assured you are being judged as a man who knows his fashion! 

1 comment:

  1. how I love loafers Ragini... keep buying them for my husband and brothers :-)
    wonderful write-up, thanks for sharing! :-)