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Posted by Danielle Harvey on 27 April 2020
We want you to look and feel your best on the big day, and what better way to stand tall and composed, than in a pair of stylish shoes that make you feel great?
Below Daniel Footwear reveals its six winners for men's wedding shoes this year, to help you to find the one:
1. Daniel : Holnest Tan Leather Square Toe Brogue £62 (was £119)
Our first choice is the Tan Brogue, a shoe well-versed in formal settings and would pair effortlessly with a navy, blue, light grey or cream suit. It's easy to wear lace up style ensures the perfect fit, which is important if you plan to spend the evening celebrating on the dance floor!
2. Daniel : Wedmore Tan Leather Lace Up Brogues £62 (was £119)
Again we celebrate tan in this stylish pair, with a slightly different shape of shoe that features gentle sloping curves and a less pointed toe. Again, this pair would again be traditionally complimentary with a navy, blue, light grey or cream suit.
3. Daniel : Cranmore Burgundy Leather & Suede Brogues £49.99 (was £129.99)
For our third choice, we transition into burgundy leather, with its deep, rich shade and the accompanying suede, this shoe is sure to garner attention. The shoes retain the classic easy to wear lace up style, however the introduction of large portions of suede to the design, transform this shoe into something new and chic.
4. Daniel : Black Leather Sturminster Brogues £62 (was £119)
Now we move into the black brogues, starting with a simple shoe with a lot of class. These shoes will be widely recognised as a wedding tradition and an option for almost any colour suit. Black would traditionally pair best with a black or grey suit, however it can actually sit at the bottom of any colour, making it a fantastic purchase for both the wedding and future events.
5. Daniel : Cranmore Black Leather & Suede Brogues £49.99 (was £129.99)
Here we find the black, with contrast suede, equivalent to the earlier burgundy pair. The contrast still adds a layer of style to the shoe, however the use of the same colour on material allows a subtle finish to the design. They are a great option for a man seeking a traditional shoe with a small difference to add his own twist on his outfit.
6. Daniel : Xlol Black Patent Leather Lace Up Brogues £68 (was £129)
Last but certainly not least, we arrive at our final pair - the black patent leather brogues. They feature premium patent leather with leather lining and a comfy rubber sole to keep you happy on your feet all evening long. The finish on these shoes is sure to draw attention without deviation from the traditional colour, therefore these are perfect for a man that wants to show off his style and taste.