Your choice of shoes says a lot about you, so make sure they finish off your outfit perfectly on your big day.

Picking the correct style and colour of shoes is essential to create the look you want to achieve. Using some of the popular styles we stock from loakes here are a few ideas.

Classic

Be it a black, grey or blue suit you cannot go wrong with a black shoe.
A lace up classic oxford toe cap or brogue always looks great with a traditional cut suit. If your going for a more contemporary style of suit then a more modern style of the classic shoe in a high polish will perfectly finish off an outfit.

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Vintage

for a more relaxed vintage look, then tan or brown brogues work perfectly with a suit and knitted tie. Suede brogues and desert boots styled with trousers, waistcoat and bow tie or open neck shirt give a real boho vibe.

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On trend

Monk shoes and loafers are the shoes for this summer in classic black and brown to blue suede they finish off perfectly a suit with a slim silhouette. Contrasting shoes can really make the colour and style of your suit stand out.

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Evening wear

In classic or contemporary style it should always be patent. With navy being the colour for dinner suits this season a pair of textured navy patent shoes make a real statement.

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