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Start off the new year with a fashionable bang, and brush up on your office style with our selection of office-approved shoes.
Any office environment has a dress code – whether that be casual, formal or business-casual. Not sure how far you can push the envelope when it comes to your shoe choices? We've done the work for you and paired various shoe options with office dress requirements, so you'll aways put your best foot forward.


The wingtip brogue
If the dress code of your office is business-casual, 'broguing it' is a safe decision, as it’s a shoe that looks more formal than it does casual. A wingtip is a brogue with decorative detailing on an extended toecap. Pair your chosen brogues with a suit or chinos for the best office-appropriate look.

Charter Club windowpane suit jacket 2199; Charter Club formal shirt 499.95Guess link watch 1995


The Chelsea boot
Sitting somewhere comfortably between smart and casual, the Chelsea boot adds a stylish glide to your stride. A sleek boot in a rich colour (try dark tan or black) pairs well with a sharp navy or black suit. This boot is easy to pull on thanks to the elasticated gusset on the inside, and its ankle height is flattering and edgy.

Charter Club windowpane check suit jacket 2199.95; Charter Club formal shirt 499.95; Charter Club windowpane check suit trouser 1199.95; Silicone-strap watch (part of set) 279.99; Laptop bag 1299; Anklets 59.95Signature Chelsea boots 699


The sneaker
While your work may be relaxed in its dress code, there is still an unspoken rule regarding sneakers in the office. Because we wear our sneaks so often (being the most comfortable shoes known to man), they have the potential to look a little shabby. To avoid your sneakers bringing down your whole outfit, make sure they’re in tip-top shape – and clean! Sticking to neutral tones is also a good idea when donning sneaks at work.

Stone Harbour slim-fit denims 599.95; Jack Purcell Converse lace-up sneakers 899


The open-laced Oxford
The Oxford is every man's go-to shoe for when he wants to spruce up for a special event or for a day of meeting with clients. Its silhouette is sophisticated to say the least, and its aesthetic is clean and means business. An added bonus is that this shoe can walk you straight from the desk to a formal event straight after work. Play around with styling the shoe to avoid looking the same every day. A black leather pair goes nicely with a black or blue suit, for instance. 

D66 suit pants 499.95; Polka dot anklets 59.95; Signature Oxford lace-up shoes 799


The monk-strap brogue
For the man who’s non-traditional yet sophisticated, a pair of stylish monk-strap brogues will make an impact both to your outfit and (we like to think) in the boardroom. This shoe exudes a gentlemanly charm, while the metal hardware adds an edge to your overall look. If you pair a belt and a watch in matching shades to the shoes, your finished look will be perfectly polished. We approve!

Signature windowpane check print trouser 599.95; Bata double-strap formal shoe 999

All items subject to availability. Prices may change.

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