In today's society, when living conditions are getting better and better, people pay more and more attention to quality of clothing. We usually know that we have to wear a suit on formal occasions, and shoes have become focus of suit selection. Leather shoes have gradually become one of etiquette criteria for different occasions. Then we can choose according to wearing occasion:
Official events: oxfords, derbies, monks
Semi-formal: derbies, monks, brogues
Casual: moccasins, etc.
Oxfords - earliest lace-up leather shoes, usually flat, made of thick raw cowhide, fastened with a narrow laced leather strap and perforated at top. It is more suitable for formal occasions and is very suitable for pairing with suits, which can make people's legs look longer.
Derby shoes: very suitable for formal occasions. This is a style second only to oxfords in business events. The laces are fixed at some distance, which makes it easy to adjust tightening after wearing. While retaining classic menswear style, they can provide enough room for wearer, they are a lifesaver for people with wide feet or high insteps, and they are very comfortable.
Monks: also known as monks, without laces. The trim is called Monk-Strap. The Monk shoes are retro and simple, and metal buckle makes Monk shoes look designer.
Brogues. Originating in 16th century in Scottish and Irish Highlands, they are intricately carved and provided with ventilation holes. In fact, brogues have evolved to present day, and oxfords, derbies, monks, loafers, and even short boots have brogue styles, so it's more accurate to say that brogues are "style." Today, Bullock has become an important choice for many young people to attend formal events or dress up in fashion.
Loafers: Lace-up loafers with wide, low heels, full-leather uppers and stitching at uppers. It has no laces or buttons, and when you wear it you kick it, which is why it is called "one punch".