For each formal occasion, the Oxford - which takes its name from the the students of the world known English University who loved to wear this model - can be in smooth leather, or in a less formal version, enriched with embroidered lines at the top. If you don’t possess a pair of Oxfords yet, start with a first pair in black.
Black Oxford 'DUBAI' shoe from CHURCH'S
Another lace-up, the derby, for a more casual style, even if the all black version has an elegant allure. Launched by the Count Derby who wore them at the end of the 18th Century, they are ideal to pair with a jeans and can be in smooth leather or perforated.
Black calf leather Derby shoes with iconic black ruthenium studs from VALENTINO GARAVANI
Monkstrap is the name of the famous double-buckle shoe, which is originally the winter version of the monk sandal. Versatile and practical, they are perfect with both a formal and a casual look. Very cool the double buckled version.
'PRINCE' monkstrap shoes with double buckle from DOUCAL'S
The Italian loafer is a rather casual shoe, soft and particularly comfortable, can become extremely fashion thanks to the use of particular fabrics, prints or colors.
Leopard print loafer from GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI DESIGN