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The Best Way to Wear Suede Shoes

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One already stylish type of shoes right off the box is suede. These babies are considered cream of the crop in the shoe world. Itís pretty easy to understand why, they are just terribly good looking Ė both to the eyes and the touch, not to mention superbly comfortable as well.

But a lot of men are just afraid to invest in a good pair, the reason Ė suede are a delicate breed, thereís just too many factors to consider when acquiring a pair. They are not for the faint-hearted.

It can be a risky investment to most, but if you can keep them away from rain, mud, beer, sauce, dents, nicks and other similar risk factors then you will definitely enjoy the benefit Ė instant fab!

So what if you accidentally get soaked and ruined your suede? A trip to a professional shoe repair shop will bring those puppies back to life.

In fact thereís this one shoe repair store that does more than just restore, repair or refurbish your damaged kicks Ė they run a whole gamut of services all aimed to satisfy even the most discriminating customers out there.

All of their works are guaranteed Ė one hundred percent customer satisfaction no less.

So how do you style your suede shoes?

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Hereís some cool tips:


Since itís still early into spring, thereís good reason to go for a button down denim shirt, black straight cut jeans, and a longer length coat Ė layering. Your (blue) suede shoes will blend with the texture of your outfit. You can go for a heritage period look, top it off with a fedora hat. Be prepared to stand out among the non-suede wearing crowd. Elvis has just left the building, anyone?

The Casual Look

These types of shoes (suede) can bridge the gap between being too formal and being too casual. You want to bring a dressed up look down a notch? Wear suede. In the same manner, you can take the casual look a step higher by donning on a pair of grey laced suede.

Wearing suede gives you that understated by nonetheless classy look not found in any other type of shoes.

Lightweight knitted V

You can get away wearing your knitted V over a simple tees tucked into your faded jeans and a pair of grey suede. Choose a suede that comes with lacing and youíd be off in a jiffy. Again, this is a lot better than donning a pair of sneaker or running shoes. Suede instantly evokes classiness and finesse.

Break the Rules!

Brown suede over white denim pants? Quite disconcerting right? Au contraire, putting on a pair of brown suede over your denim will always make you look and feel good.

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Fashion is matter of personal taste and style, if you want to stand out, wearing white pants is already making a statement. In this era of skinny, ripped jeans, nothing can jolt the uninformed faster that being a non-conformist. Add the brown suede, and bingo prepare to turn heads. Complete the look with a collared white shirt and a denim jacket for extra punch!

Suede Penny Loafers

If suede can take a casual outfit a notch higher, suede loafers can also soften up a dressed up look. Imagine Adam Levine wearing a light blue colored long-sleeved polo tucked over a black chino pants, bowtie, fedora hat and brown suede loafers, wouldnít you just want to copy that look down to his tattoo?

This is my personal favorite as I can wear this look both in the office, corporate or formal events without looking like a freak show. Itís just so sexy and oozing with a strangely homely appeal. I donít know about you but my blue suede shoes are the stuff Elvis strutted his wares on.

Thereís a lot more combination that you can experiment with your suede shoes, donít hesitate to don a pair they are comfortable and warm to the eyes.

One word of advice though, if you are planning drink the night away, donít ever wear your suede shoes, you might regret how they look like in the morning, but then again - just like what Iíve mentioned before, if your suede shoes suffered enough damage, bring them to a shoe repair shop where they will be taken care of fabulously!

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