As we know, men’s loafers vary according to their level of formality. Some models of men’s loafers are suitable to be combined with suits to tuxedos. While others are more suitable for use with the smart casual style that is preferred by young professionals. Following inspiration!
- Wholecut / Cap-Toe Oxford
Is a model of Oxford men’s loafers that has almost no additional stitches, brogue, and other motifs. This simple design is what makes it look more elegant. Oxford itself is a model of male loafers with closed laces.
- Semi-Brogue Oxford
Oxford Semi-Brogue still makes the wearer look professional, but more relaxed than the Wholecut / cap-toe Oxford. As the name suggests, this men’s loafers model is a combination of Oxford and Brogue. It’s so great!
- Oxford Wingtip
Oxford Wingtip is almost similar to Oxford Semi-Brogue. When viewed from the user’s eyes, similar to the letter M jutted toward the feet. This wingtip design will give a vintage impression. But still formal with a combination of characteristics of a closed rope from Oxford.
- Plain / Cap-Toe Derby
To attend a formal event that is not too formal, plain / cap-toe Derby can be an option. This men’s loafers model at a glance is almost similar to Oxford plain / cap-toe. So manly guys!
- Double Monk Straps
As the name suggests, this Double Monk Strap has two straps. Usually, this strap is near the ankle and near the toe. It looks very modern and So stylish right!
- Semi-Brogue Derby
Semi-brogue Derby is almost similar to Oxford semi-brogue but has an open string pattern. This male loafers model is suitable for events that are not too official and everyday use. You can wear Semi-brogue Derby with cotton, wool or jeans. It’s so elegant guys!
- Longwing Derby
This shoe is a combination of Derby with Brogue. Brogue hole is on from the wingtip to the back of the heel. This elongated brogue will give the impression of being sporty but still formal. It can be combined with any smart casual style. So cool right!