Corthay does it once again with the Brighton loafer, a rakish loafer made in clay suede on single leather soles. They’ll give your outfit just the right amount of pop — not too much, and not too little. Wear them with a suit or jeans for a smooth, cool look.
Features: Pullman Last, Clay Suede, Single Leather Soles
The Elm is a slip-on made in Lobb’s beautiful dark brown museum calfskin. The forefoot is cut from a single piece of leather that makes for a simple and elegant shoe that pairs well with anything from jeans to a sportcoat.
Features: 7000 Last, Dark Brown Museum Calfskin, Single Leather Soles
St. Crispin’s 539 loafer is an elegant take on the classic penny loafer. Made in light brown calfskin with hand sewing along the vamp, they pair well with anything from jeans to a suit. These are shoes that’ll last you forever and never go out of style.
These travel shoes are so lightweight and comfortable that you might forget you’re wearing them. Since they’re suede, they’re extremely soft and will form to the shape of your foot. Put them on, kick back, and enjoy your flight in style.
Features: 389 last, Calico Baby Calf Suede, Cemented Leather Soles
The Holkham by Gaziano and Girling is a modern sleek take on the classic penny loafer design. Their Mole suede is subdued and elegant, and a perfect match for any number of outfits. The entire ensemble makes for a loafer that is classic and eminently wearable.
What can we say about a classic? The Duke is a new penny loafer from Edward Green that was inspired by one of the most classic gentlemen, the Duke of Windsor. Available in three colors on two different soles, it’s easy to wear in any number of situations.