Classic Shoes Shoes

Each year, the company produces model unsurpassed in its vernal species. To create a pair of Edward Green shoes may take several weeks. Shoemaking art involves the creation of four methods for footwear: click, sewing, edging and polishing. Unlike Britons, Italians, because of their mentality makes the classic men's shoes more stylized, more modern. So, mark Branchini, founded only in 1996 by Stefano Branchini shoemaker is a good example of the 'fashionable classics'.

His line of shoes Branchini Calzoleria differs strict geometric shapes. There are basically models made by the so-called Norwegian joint. Branchini brings creative solutions to design shoes – is a high heel slightly raised nose, and it uses the currently popular skin of reptiles and exotic animals. Classic shoes Branchini prefer very confident people who have refined taste, which is close spirit of independence and freedom. More refined Italian classics lovers give their preference to make, as Fratelli Rossetti, Kiton, Ermenegildo Zegna. Naples company Kiton, which specializes in sewing men's classic apparel, in 2004 joy many fans, has launched a line of shoes.

Classic shoes Kiton going entirely by hand using the finest materials. For all its classical nature of Kiton shoes can not be called conservative. Designers focus give details – it's colored thread, decorative perforated pattern. In the present Kiton shoes harmony of beauty, elegance and quality. Fratelli Rossetti is also a good example of 'stylish classics' with the label 'made in Italy'. Fratelli Rossetti – company Founded in 1953 Rossetti brothers in Parabiago. Classic shoes of this brand for many years renowned for its elegance and super soft reindeer leather. The family company Ermenegildo Zegna, one of the leading textile manufacturers in Italy, also produces a line of classic shoes. The company management is interested in trends and makes models of classic-casual, using patent leather, which is now so urgent. Classic shoes of these brands has an important place in dressing rooms of famous politicians, businessmen, actors and show business stars. The most important part of the male wardrobe – this is definitely shoes. It is with choosing the right pair of shoes should start 'to build' men's business image (and not only business), though sometimes taken first to buy a suit, and after, under it select shoes. This approach is totally wrong, because the classic footwear, with proper care, will last considerably long time, as opposed to the suit. But the biggest mistake that men (and women, helping to choose a particular piece wardrobe), this lack of knowledge of the concepts of 'classic men's shoes. " Men's Classic Shoes vary in style decor (punching) – 1. Without perforation (Plain) Plain Oxford (Oxford without perforation) – lack of decorative detail on the shoe. 2. Semi-Brogo (Semi-Brogue) Semi-Brogue Oxford (Oxford semi-Brogo) perforation decorated front of the shoe and separated by suture. 3. Brogo (Brogue) Brogue Oxford (Oxford Brogo) perforation over the entire surface of shoes, in the form of 'wings'. 4. Oxford (The Oxford), semi-brogue Oxford (Oxford semi-Brogo) Note – 'closed' lace, lace sewn ie 'bottom' to boot. 5. Derby (The Derby) (Derby), Plain Derby (Derby without perforation), 'Open' laces, which stitched 'top' shoes. 6. Monkey (The Monks) (Monkey brougham), shoes without laces, but with a buckle. 7. Slipper and the kind Loafer (The Slipper / The Loafer) 8. Boot's (Shoes) 9. Classic Chukka Boot's Shoes More options classical men's shoes do not exist.