Your First Dress Shoe


One of the most overlooked and underrated aspects of a man’s work-wear are his shoes. If you asked me what I think your first pair of dress shoes should be, assuming you had rather finite resources, I’d point you to the Mezlan shoe above. Not because it is the best quality shoe money can buy, but it is a brand that you can find readily without having to break the bank.

At $110, these kicks are on significant sale. Made in Spain and completely constructed of leather (that’s a good thing) you really can’t go wrong with it. Sure, there is a black version of the shoe, but the tan leather speaks volumes of the daring yet controlled personality of the man wearing them.

The reality is that every man should own a navy, two-button suit. It should be cut trim, but not slim, and should be your most trusted suit for both business and pleasure. Mind you, a tan shoe is not versatile, and if you want the versatility of a navy suit on your feet, then buy a pair of brown cap-toes. However, for some daring and a way to let loose your inner peacock without channeling Versace, think about tan leather.

Osama Eisa


1 Response to “Your First Dress Shoe”

  1. 1 ernesthemfan March 23, 2009 at 12:36 pm

    Great shoes! Would you be kind enough to share your thoughts about this in this new girl-talk girls-forum that we’re developing?

    It’s called and generally a Women Chat Place to talk about girls, do relationship talk, ask for relationship advise and much more.

    It’s a women’s forum and community that also caters to improving girl style, giving beauty tips, fashion advice, makeup advice, and sharing some girl chat.I’d be very happy to see your posts there. Good day!

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