Dress Shoes for the Business Professional

Business Professional

In today's workplace there are still certain industries, like finance and law that demand professional attire and that nearly always means a suit, solid colored dress shirt and a tie. Getting the shoes that match is the key to making clients and co-workers take notice.

Recommended Business Professional Shoe Styles

Strand

Strand

A CEO Favorite, the Strand is a distinctly American version of the classic senior executive's cap-toe brogue. Built on the 5-Last, these balmorals are full of personality thanks to an array of impressive perforations plus a striking medallion on the cap toe and look great with most any suit.

McAllister

McAllister

No business professional attire is complete without a classic wingtip. The perfing on the wing and heel along with the pinking and intricate toe medallion make this shoe as refined as it is enduring. Suit, dress pants or pressed chinos this is one shoe style that is easy to dress up or down and can even be worn with jeans on the weekend.

Park Avenue

Park Avenue

Worn by presidents and business leaders across the country, if you are looking to impress at a new job this shoe never fails to do so. It has been one of our most popular shoe styles for years and for good reason. Nothing looks better with a suit or more at home in the board room.

Liverpool

Give your business professional attire a shot of British cool with this modern take on a classic dress Chelsea boot. The slip on boot that was all the rage in the 60s is back but in a sleeker, more refined cut. Choose black or burnished walnut, either goes great with a suit, chinos or even jeans.

Grayson

Grayson

Every self-respecting business professional knows that you simply have to have a tasseled loafer and for a clean profile and refined good looks you can’t beat the Grayson. A truly versatile option, this loafer looks right at home with a suit or chinos.