Congrats on finishing Uni, it’s a big milestone so I hope you enjoyed it.
Shoes can be confusing. You’ve probably read about the rules like ‘no brown in town’ or that brogues are a more casual shoe, so should be worn as such. It’s up to you and what your office environment dictates to determine what’s acceptable and then decide what you feel comfortable wearing. This seems like obvious advice, but try them on first because dress shoe sizing can be tricky and you don’t want to waste money on exchanges. As for styles, familiarise yourself with oxford lacing (bal in the US) and derby lacing. Oxford is more formal, and better suited for the office. Keep it simple, and stick to the classic English shoemakers to start. Buy a couple of pairs and rotate them.
Hope this helps.
This is how you move! High armholes and crazy legs..
The sartorial splendour that is white shoes with a black suit.
He, and many others like him, will be gracing us with their presence over the coming weeks, courtesy of the Spring Racing Carnival. Unfortunately, current Governments the world over have not prohibited such public displays of lunacy.
May God have mercy on our souls.
- Oscar Wilde
Never stop learning.