Mario Giannini, the founder of Doucal's, loved English footwear so much that he eventually landed an internship with Handmade Goodyear in England, where he learned all the tricks and methods of English construction. Upon returning home to Italy, he instilled his (then) small operation with the endless pursuit of perfection English shoemakers had become known for. It was then Giannini changed the name of his brand from Duca (Italian for “Duke”) to Doucal’s, as homage to the experience he had in England. Conceived to look like typical British footwear but with the comfort and support of an Italian shoe, Doucal’s has quickly earned an international following from Europe to Japan to the USA and China. Doucal's oxfords, boots, saddle shoes and more will keep you shod in style.
The Victorian-era footwear staple and mod favorite (see: The Beatles) is both classic and current — seriously, the style is having a big-time moment. This sale features plenty of ways to mod-ify your look, in a wide range of leathers.
Considering how much suede we're seeing on the feet of some of the world's best dressed guys right now, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the material had suddenly become trendy. But suede is as perennial as it is current — a pair bought now will see you through this fall and many more to come. This sale offers everything you need to add the look to your wardrobe, including chukkas, chelseas, wingtips, and more from brands like Bespoken, Tod's, and Red Wing.
This sale features a slew of oxfords, boots, saddles, and more at a great deals. Whether you're looking to dress up a pair of dark denim with the Antonio Maurizi suede saddles, or looking to add a little flash to your footwear with the all-white brogues from the Florsheim by Duckie Brown collaboration, this selection has it all.
Boots are tough-looking, but that doesn't mean you can't dress them up. This selection of chelsea boots, chukkas, ankle boots, and more from top brands including Bally, Grenson, and more will go with anything from dark denim to a three-piece suit, giving new meaning to the term "suited and booted."