Men's Wedding Shoes
Shoes are a bigger deal than most grooms realise. As a foundational item, the shoes you wear can make or break the ensemble you've selected for the occasion. Based on popular wedding themes for 2021/22, we provide you with a helpful guide that will help you put your best foot forward on the big day!
Even the most modern grooms often find themselves in classic ensembles not so different from those worn by grooms generations ago. The Cap-Toe Oxford is the perfect choice for classic ensembles guided by convention and a dose of decorum befitting the event.
A black or dark oak calf leather Cap-Toe Oxford shoe. The Wordsworth’s elegant silhouette and chiselled toe means it pairs exceedingly well with Tuxedo, morning suit, or a well-tailored three- or two-piece suit. The shoe’s sleek look and its Goodyear welt construction will allow you to wear them for years to come and across many ensembles.
For weddings set against historic buildings, within vineyards or heritage homesteads etc., the rustic wedding throws convention out the window and is all about you, your partner, and a day filled with good vibes and chilled people. A Semi-Brogue Oxford offers endless pairing potential, with a rakish charm and just enough formality.
The Barossa Semi-Brogue Oxford in light and dark brown calfskin is the perfect choice for rustic weddings. The neat perforated broguing gives off a more relaxed vibe than its Cap-Toe cousin, yet offers the same sleek shapes and soft, chiselled toe. Pair them with tweed, suspenders, jeans and vest, or a more traditional two-piece suit. It’s versatility is legendary and your choices are endless.
With modern weddings the groom can really run the gamut of ensembles and styling. From black brocade suits, soft velvet, to wild ties, or colourful bowties, the choices are endless. Except shoes. Nothing looks more at place in a modern wedding than a pair of Penny Loafers.
Meet the bourke
Elegant yet stylish. The Bourke Penny Loafers will pair with almost anything you can throw at them
The Bourke Penny Loafers in black and dark brown French calf can be worn with nearly any ensemble a man owns (including shorts!), with the sole exception of a tuxedo. The Bourke is therefore a great wedding option for modern weddings. Whatever your theme or location, the Bourke Penny Loafer is your hands down pick.