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Have you Tried Tassel Shoes?

suede driving mocs

You’ll have to agree: us men have plenty of shoe types to choose from when we want to impress. Brogues (with all their varieties), boat shoes, espadrilles and monk-strap shoes are just a few examples.

Walk into any shoe store and you’ll see all of the above all lined up, waiting for you to purchase them. But should you?

Dig a little deeper and you might just discover a nice pair of tassel shoes.

The thing that sets this shoe apart from all others is – you got it – the tassel.

You can get tassels shoes in either regular leather or suede. Both of these pairs have perforations (similar to brogue shoes)>

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Tassel shoes work great with just about any outfit, from casual to something that you would wear on a special occasion (think wedding).

If you’re a nonconformist you can wear them with your business attire but make sure you choose a darker color. Remember that dressing for success is also about avoiding bold colors and anything that may be too much of a distraction to your business partners.

Mix up a tassel shoe with a moccasin and what do you get? Driving mocs

photo: http://leffot.com

Those in lavender are quite a fashion statement, aren’t they? Anyway, if you drive a lot, these may just be the thing for you (in whichever color you prefer).

Those were some really REALLY nice examples and, if you’re not thinking of getting at least a pair similar to those in the near future, you might as well stop learning about style altogether.

But if you are, let me show you some great outfits that incorporate these amazing shoes.

Let’s say you’re going out. You could try…

Now let’s say you’re going to an important business meeting, face-to-face sale or a job interview. You may opt for…

Probably the edgiest combos with tassel shoes come from GQ (what a surprise).

Some of them are a little too much but GQ’s outfits are always a great resource to learn about color matching.

George Lavas

George is dedicated to fashion and style for men. Based in the UK, George enjoys writing about lifestyle and fashion from both sides of the pond. George created BeStylish.org to help readers create a strong sense of style with minimum effort believing that everyone can look and feel good, all day, every day.

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