A return to dandy dressing has been a steady theme over the past few years in menswear, so there’s never been a better time to up the sartorial ante at all levels.
Men are taking more time and consideration than ever to choose their accessories, and are willing to invest their hard-earned brass on items for their craftsmanship, quality and enduring design.
These velvet slippers by lauded shoe label Church’s are the ideal investment to ensure you maintain a sophisticated step at all times. Crafted from the highest-grade velvet and calf leather, and sporting a regal-looking embroidered sovereign crown crest, these modish accessories are the ultimate indoor luxury.
Available in black, navy, burgundy and green, the navy presents itself as the most versatile option, providing the wearer with a wealth of styling options. Keep them looking their best by brushing them once a week with a good-quality lint brush to remove dust particles trapped in the velvet fibres.
Established in 1873 in the capital of quality English shoe making, Northampton, by a father and son venture, Church’s employ skilled craftsmen with generations of footwear manufacturing experience and use traditional methods and only the best materials to produce their hand-made shoes. Using the respected Goodyear Welted technique, Church’s ensure their shoes will last a lifetime if properly cared for over the years by their wearer and a competent cobbler.
Ideal for slipping on when you get home, or if you’re in a particularly suave and audacious mood, wearing them out with a dressed-down look, these exquisitely cushioned and comfortable shoes will feel like a true treat for your toes; the only issue is you’ll never want to take them off.
Available now from www.church-footwear.com.