Saddle Up

At the height of their popularity during the fifties and sixties Saddle Shoes were a staple of preppy Ivy Leaguers’. The preppy doctrine Take Ivy includes an Ivy Wardrobe Directory, which lists the following shoes.

Four pairs – Cordovan plain toe or saddle shoes in black and brown, classic loafer, boat shoes or sneakers, brown boots.

Like all things “American traditional” saddle shoes are enjoying a revival and we’re all for tradition.

They say you can’t teach an old dog a new trick but we think it’s the old dog that appreciates a new trick. Case in point is the Edward Green Westwood saddle shoe a chic, modern interpretation of this classic shoe.

Westwood 888 Last, Navy Suede/Mahogany Country Calf – MTO

Westwood 888 Last, Dark Oak Antique/Black Calf – MTO

Westwood 888 Last, Whiskey Cordovan – MTO

Westwood 888 Last, Black Suede/Mahogany Country Calf – MTO

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