SUIT Shoes for Men

Discover our selection of men's suit shoes, combining elegance and quality to enhance your outfit during your formal and professional events. Explore the different models of Oxford, buckle shoes, moccasins or sneakers, and choose the pair that will suit your style and your body type. Don't neglect the importance of a comfortable, tailored suit shoe to complete your look and ensure your well-being throughout the day.

Choose the perfect pair to complete your outfit :


A suit shoe is a type of shoe designed to be worn with suit clothes, usually at formal or professional events. They are both elegant and sophisticated shoes, made from high-quality materials such as leather. Common styles include Oxford, Derby and moccasin.

Choosing the right size of suit shoe is crucial for comfort and style.

You should always try on shoes before buying them to make sure they are comfortable.

Shoes should not be too tight or too loose.

Also, don't forget to consider the width of your feet, as not all shoes are available in different widths.

Suit shoe insoles vary considerably according to style and desired comfort level.

The main types are gum soles, Goodyear-stitched soles and Blake-stitched soles.

• Gum soles, often used in casual shoes, are renowned for their excellent grip.

They offer a degree of comfort and good resistance to wear, but their appearance is slightly less refined.

• Goodyear stitched soles are the standard for high-end suit shoes.

They are double-stitched to the shoe upper, making them durable and waterproof.

What's more, they can be replaced by a cobbler when necessary, extending the life of the shoe.

• Blake-stitched soles, on the other hand, are sewn directly to the shoe upper.

They are generally thinner and more flexible than Goodyear soles, giving the shoe a more elegant profile.

However, they are less water-resistant, and replacement can be more complicated.

Matching your suit shoes with your outfit is a key step in creating a sophisticated look.

As a general rule, the color of your shoes should complement the color of your suit.

For example, black shoes go well with a black, gray or navy blue suit, while brown shoes are better suited to a beige, brown or light blue suit.

In addition, the level of formality of your shoes should match that of your suit.

The average lifespan of a pair of suit shoes depends on many factors, including the quality of manufacture, the intensity of use and the care you give your shoes.

With proper care, a pair of good-quality suit shoes can last for many years.

You should generally replace your suit shoes when they start to show significant signs of wear, such as worn soles, tears in the leather, or worn heels.

If they become uncomfortable, or if they no longer support your foot properly, it's also time to replace them.

The number of pairs of suit shoes you should own depends on how often you wear suits.

If you wear a suit every day for work, it may make sense to have several pairs so you can alternate.

However, if you only wear a suit for special occasions, one or two pairs of good quality may be enough.

Alternating between different pairs of shoes can help extend their life.

Taking care of your suit shoes is essential to prolonging their life.

You should clean them regularly with a soft cloth, and use a leather-specific product if they are made of leather.

In addition, the use of shoe lasts can help maintain their shape.

Finally, we recommend storing them in a dry, well-ventilated place to avoid mildew and unpleasant odors.

If your suit shoes are too tight, you may feel discomfort or even pain.

You may also notice marks on your feet after removing the shoes.

Also, if you find it difficult to move your toes, your shoes may be too tight.

It's important to choose shoes that are both comfortable and snug-fitting to avoid long-term problems.

There are several signs that indicate the quality of a suit shoe.

For example, high-quality shoes are often handmade and feature careful details such as uniform, clean stitching.

The leather used should be supple and flawless.

What's more, a good-quality suit shoe usually has a stitched leather sole, not a glued one.

Yes, it's usually necessary to wear socks with suit shoes.

Socks help protect your feet and extend the life of your shoes by absorbing perspiration.

Ideally, the color of your socks should match that of your shoes or pants for a consistent look.

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