FROM head to toe, well as far as this blog is concerned, toe to toe, and no I don’t mean a scrap at the football.
What I actually mean are the fabulously stylish, slightly eccentric Grenson shoes, which stand out for all manner of reasons, but mainly they reek of class.
Crafted in numerous leather and suede combined finishes, which add that extra edge missing from many men’s shoes.
Introducing spats stylings, with a hint of the fifties zoot-suit era, these mainly brogue, half brogue style shoes are a treat on the eye.
I love the Archie tan brogue with its almost sublime lighter tan sole top.
It is no surprise to find out that there are more than 200 separate steps in crafting the brogue shoes, they do have a jigsaw style about them, which only adds to their attraction and even the colour, which is described as honey gives an extra twist to them.
The Archie range are well supported by the Fred calf tan boots, which work well with either tighter trousers, but would also suit the tailored short look, with a lighter summer shirt, maybe an Edwins Dad or Ken shirt, but I really feel that the whole range would work well the big check style shirts, for example the Wrangler True Blue short sleeved shirt.
Finishing off the Grenson range are the planner, but still adequately stylish Oscar boot range, which are offered in tan suede or brown leather.
The crepe sole gives a wallabee feel to the boot, enabling the boot to work well with jeans. For example the Luke 1977 Reggyular Raw denim or the Carhartt Texas Niland blue rinsed, the darker the better I feel.
As the boots themselves add a softness against the dark denim and the brighter stitching.
In short get some and kick start your summer in true style, and show you got sole.