The Italians know once again how and the English make the best.
Hundred year banished brown shoes in the leisure industry. This often so chic dressed Italians have illusions for ages, how stylishly combine brown shoes.
Shoes are more than just a commodity.
A look in the early history of mankind shows that shoes include not only to the oldest pieces of clothing, but the Romans were far more than purely practical purposes earlier. Through the form, the material used and the style of decorating recognized the social rank of his opponent. That has remained so until today, except that men in Roman Sandals today isn’t quite as have a high rank with high positioned. Here at Topschoolsoflaw.com you can get more different models and styles.
“No. brown in town”-that’s still true?
This phrase is very old. England men’s brown shoes were until well into the 19th century into typical badge of the peasantry. The other phrase: “No. brown after six” referred not only to brown shoes in particular, but all is not black shades of leather in General. The gentleman from London wore instead classic black shoes and was thus deliberately by the physically working population.
In the course of time Brown men’s shoes have become but also on weekdays in the city but they could sell the men according to the recommendation» no brown after six “at the latest after work against a black pair a. Alone black men’s shoes matched the evening etiquette and were acceptable to the dinner, the theatre or an official company. Fortunately, the rules are today not so strict.
Brown shoes for the modern dress code.
For years swear by some men on brown shoes to the anthrazitfarbigem or blue suit. Above all the Italians. Nevertheless in many places always still stubbornly adheres the long outdated cliché “no brown in town”.
Brown shoes should be an integral part of a man’s shoe range.
No matter, whether light, medium or dark brown, Red-Brown, cognac or Bordeaux – brown shoes bring a pleasant variety in the classic, but sometimes boring black shoe everyday? And as a man, you thereby showing more personality than in the inconspicuous same black in any case.
Stylishly combine Brown boots
The advantage of brown shoes is clearly obvious: brown shoes inspired above all by its versatility. While black men’s shoes strictly taken alone to a black or gray suit, convinced brown shoes for almost all conceivable combinations. Also to those that more frequently seen in the casual look: Sacco, Chino or jeans and brown shoes. Of all enthusiasm for Brown footwear requires their use but a little flair.
The respective Brown of shoe should be coordinated on the remaining clothes.
A dark brown shoe makes a super figure, for example, to a suit pants in a dark Navyton while a Cognac model more flattering a light gray or Pastel-colored suit. But a black athletic pants or jeans, a Brown Shoe looks great.
For which combination you ultimately choose, depends on your personal taste and the occasion first and foremost. I recommend therefore, to attack when the first Brown Shoe to a unverziertem model in medium brown and combine a matching Brown belt to do this. This is a stylish choice one in any case.
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