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5 Dress Shoes Every Man Must Have - What Leather Men's Shoes To Buy - Which Ones To Purchase First

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This video was brought to you in collaboration with AceMarks. You can find all the leather shoes shown in the video on their website: https://gentl.mn/five-dress-shoes-you-need #shoes #dressshoes #gentlemansgazette CODE: gentleman Make sure to use the code gentleman to get an even better deal! Interested in the shoes I'm wearing? Check out: https://www.acemarks.com/ First, by the way, all of the shoes you can see here are from Ace marks, a supplier of handcrafted Italian men's dress shoes and I liked them because they are hand burnished and they provide a really good value under $300. I've had their shoes in my closet from the beginning and I liked them quite a bit because they fit me extremely well. One, the black oxford. Why should you invest in this shoe? It's an all-time classic, especially as a captoe. You can wear it for business, you can wear it to the funeral, and you can wear it for any kind of formal event out there. Also, unlike brown, black comes just in one shade and so you don't have to invest in dozens of black shoes but one is really a staple that you must have. So how do you wear a black oxford? You can wear it with two-piece suits, three-piece suits, particularly in navy, charcoal, and grey, and any kind of other business appropriate suit. It's also good with blazers, maybe a navy blazer with gray flannel slacks or you can wear it with your tuxedo for Black Tie events, your dinner jacket, alternatively, also for white tie or for formal morning dress. The second shoe style I'd invest in if I started all over again is the Brown Derby full brogue wingtip. So why would I go with this shoe? Well, first of all, a Derby is less formal than an Oxford. The Derby has an open lacing system and because of that, it's more flexible so when your feet are tired and they swell and get bigger, it's a more comfortable shoe than an Oxford. Because of that, I like it for traveling. I would choose a medium brown color such as this antique brown cognac from Ace Marks; it's very versatile and because they are hand polished and hand burnished, you see different shades of brown at the tip of the shoe than for example at the bottom. The third shoe style I'd invest in is a loafer. Why a loafer?Well basically, it's a slip-on shoe, it's casual, it's an entirely different style from the other two, yet it's a timeless classic. It's really easy to dress up or down and they come in different variations; you can have tassel loafers and sometimes people think they're old-fashioned yet you can actually have them quite young looking and modern but if you don't like that, go with a penny loafer because they're really classic and they're called that way because you used to be able to put a little penny in the front opening. For versatility, I'd go with a different shade in brown than you chose for your Derby wingtip. The fourth shoe style I'd invest in is a double monk strap in a reddish color because it's very versatile, it's stylish, and it's young, and it's just different than all the other shoes that you already have in your wardrobe at this point. This model from Ace Marks comes in a brandy antique Brown which means it was hand polished and hand burnished to achieve different color tones. The fifth shoe style I would invest in is a half brogue Oxford in a medium brown. Here I have an Ace Mark shoe in a lighter antique tan which is once again different than all the other brown tones in my wardrobe. It has a captoe with nice broguing, a medallion, and it's less casual than the full wingtip Derby shoe. I'm adding it to the collection because it's kind of an in-between the more formal Oxford and the more casual Derby. It fits right in between because it doesn't have a wingtip but it has broguing, yet at the same time, it's an Oxford and not a Derby. So if you invest in these five shoe styles, you truly have an extremely versatile dress shoe closet and you can hold off on investments and maybe invest in other parts of your wardrobe. #dressshoes #mensshoes #acemarks --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SHOP THE VIDEO: 1. Mid Blue Silk-Wool Pocket Square with Hunting Motifs - https://gentl.mn/2zOFWLG 2. Knit Tie in Two-Tone Chartreuse and Grey Silk - https://gentl.mn/2AG0uq1 3. Shadow Stripe Ribbed Socks Navy Blue and Red - https://gentl.mn/2jwaBm7 4. Monkey's Fist Knot Cufflinks - https://gentl.mn/2i0BkHi --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Want to stay updated? Sign up here for free: https://gentl.mn/2Bi0cTh Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gentleman's Gazette https://gentl.mn/2A2ynAC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentlemansgazette FREE EBOOK: https://gentl.mn/2Bi0cTh
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Text Comments (318)
Rono singh (17 hours ago)
Nice review
bebetigre12 (3 days ago)
do people still put a penny in the loafer?
brochestedbs (4 days ago)
If you want to find out about style for men watch "The Kingsman".  Nothing else needed.
feicuitadie (6 days ago)
is there a hole on the left sock ? : }
The logical being (7 days ago)
People! Let’s be minimalists!
James Feldman (7 days ago)
For a versatile and stylish but casual look, I like the classic oxblood penny or tassel loafer. The oxblood color works well with most wardrobes.
Michael J. Spencer (7 days ago)
US$300? You really must be joking - a 'good' pair of shoes (start) around US$3,000!
kneecaps2000 (9 days ago)
Is the plain toe/wholecut much preferable to the cap toe? Also would you recommend Acemarks over something like Allen Edmonds in the similar price range?
Kevin Kercheval (10 days ago)
Seems like a lot of brown. Here in the USA, black would be the better choice.
Anthony D. (10 days ago)
Unfortunately, all these Anglo footwear options are quite uncomfortable and not well suited to walking or standing for lengthy periods. It's too bad we can't evolve beyond these types of footwear.
Mark Adkins (11 days ago)
Thanks for all the great information.
Misha Pravdov (11 days ago)
For some reason this guy looks like a circus clown for me.
S O (13 days ago)
Are you sponsored by the products you talk about. ?
Frank Mayo (13 days ago)
Raphael what is your opinion of the fashion craze to wear brown shoes with dark suits, especially blue suits? I can't stand this craze and refuse to wear a lighter brown shoe and brown belt with a blue suit!! This, to me, looks terrible, almost clown like and I refuse to wear anything but traditional black shoes with dark suits.
Biff Walls (13 days ago)
Been hooked on your videos for a week now! Enjoy the content and info and the way you present it. Good job!
Andrew Guttry (14 days ago)
Never wear brown shoes with black or navy blue suits; only with light grey or brown tweed casual suits.
Heli-Crew HGS (15 days ago)
You overuse the word 'versatile.' Also, 'harmonious' is pronounced 'HAR-MOAN-EE-US.'
Daniel Gnatowicz (15 days ago)
I don't have Dress Shoes. To be honest I'm not even owning a suit. I wouldn't be in a situation to wear one. But I still watch and enjoy your videos:)
subhabrata das (16 days ago)
Gentlemen always tuck in their ears.
prplhze2000 (16 days ago)
Unfortunately if you have flat feet and high insteps, half of these shoes are no-gos. Can't wear loafers. Balmoral styles are too tight and monks don't provide proper support on the sides as do lace-up shoes.
amjazzg (16 days ago)
Sorry ,you dress like and old man
Sandro Cavaliere (17 days ago)
relax with the top hat..
Mike W (17 days ago)
Massive turn-ups on your trousers, baggy fit suits, pleated “flannel slacks” tasseled loafers, “sports jacket” “sweaters”...that is an awful look, what era are you from?? If you want good value decent shoes look at Justin Reece
Siwalik Banerjee (23 days ago)
Hi, it will be great if you please make a video on how to care for shoes. Thanks
Elroy Rendor (25 days ago)
I don't like owning a lot of stuff. So if I can only have 3 shoes in my collection, which of the 5 would you recommend? Though, I'm sure the black oxford is a must.
Nathan Hunt (28 days ago)
I don't really like the wingtip derby. I get that it's less formal and the variety of formality is good, but it seems too flashy to me.
Manish (29 days ago)
Half datby makes darby redudent
suckgames (29 days ago)
you should have started with the last one as the first shoe to buy.
Antonio Castello (30 days ago)
I can not help noticing that wear your pants too short on the bottom.
Eddie Ng (30 days ago)
You're actually giving fashion advice?
Sergiu Stanciu (1 month ago)
When do we get a video about Luxury trains? Really interested in that subject ...
McWeedLovin Buddie (1 month ago)
In the UK pants are what you call underwear
McWeedLovin Buddie (1 month ago)
When is a sports jacket a coat I always referred to longer cuts as coats and shorter cuts as blazers and jacket am I wrong
babbalooification (1 month ago)
This is just awfull. Better watch genuine European sartorial video's...
QiHeng Qian (1 month ago)
the pants thos😂
Autism Science (1 month ago)
Have never worn any of those stuffy styles (except the slip-on in the pre-velcro past) and don't see any need to start now. I mainly wear velcro strap black things sold by for instance M&S, a famous high-class store. The things here are too "posh" for just about all the time.
Mayookh Dave (1 month ago)
That's very good advisory
La Onda (1 month ago)
Purple and yellow pinstriped zoot suits with leather Crocs are unique, and bursting with sprezzatura.
charles barboza (1 month ago)
Excellent video, I enjoy your presentation and find your information helpful. Thanks for sharing. Be well.
Jesus bless
Vito Lucci (2 months ago)
0:18 you look like a GTA 5 character
Max Mustermann (2 months ago)
So much effort, yet so satisfying
sherryp (2 months ago)
The shoes with the two buckles are gorgeous.
shangxiajiu1 (2 months ago)
sure i like your video, i think i dress better though
J. Carlos Andrioli (2 months ago)
Why do you say "cap toe" instead of toecap ?
henrikhelenius (2 months ago)
Hi, First of all - a huge THANKS for all the content you've created over the last years. I'm so inspired by you and thanks to all your valuable advise I have refined my way of dressing a lot for the last couple of years. I also love that you've hired Preston who can show us young gentlemen that it's fully possible to dress well even in the beginning of one's career when one has a somewhat limited budget. The above is one of my favorite videos that you've posted and has been a huge help in my search for the perfect shoe collection. Now that I've purchased "the big five" (and a few more pairs) it would be very interesting to hear your opinion on the following five pairs to buy. Cheers! /Henrik
Keith Towles (2 months ago)
This guy is on point with his assessment shoe styles and categories. I have three out the five mentioned, a cap toe that wouldn't be considered a brogue but there Kenneth Cole's; conversely, he failed to mention the split toe another multifunctional style, I acclimated to after a number of years. Finally, I had an issue with his pants; and not sure if he was trying to draw attention to the shoes or, is it a proclivity: any haberdasher of stock and trade, should have a decent brake in his pants.
kwamosarp123 (2 months ago)
Dude is just doing an advert for Ace Marks.
Atticus Finch (2 months ago)
On no account would a British gentleman wear either a ‘slip-on’, or ‘monk-strap’. Both are the sign of a braggart and a rogue! Mayhap, the very shoes truly designed for ‘co-respondents! Please, Sven, also never go ‘broog’ in description, it’s a Celtic detail and is always ‘broag’ . Otherwise, you are a scholar and an instinctive gentleman, and have true style! :)
Terry The Chunin (2 months ago)
I really wanna believe i will lead a life where i may attend white tie events even annually... i really want to believe that...
Pimper Heini (2 months ago)
His wife deveoped a nice patina over time
GO DJ HaKa (2 months ago)
So dapper
stephan diehl (2 months ago)
i got my black work boots brown hiking boots fishing galoshes asics runners and my flip flops and ya those italian dress with the buckles are fugly
Shaco Support (3 months ago)
|If this was the 1850's I'd definitely go out and get all these.
Mike W (17 days ago)
@Moose, trust me, this is not a look yiuveant. Just because some people dress like bums, doesn’t mean you have to dress like you are a 1920’s mob gangster. Two wrongs don’t make a right
Moose Chocolate (1 month ago)
Shaco Support can wear it in 2018 makes you stand out from how most adults dress since they dress like bums
PANDORADVANCED (3 months ago)
The 'black oxford' is not exactly an oxford, cause it's a one cut, the good spelling for the pair is : Richelieu or One Cut. When you want to know if the "bottier" (shoes maker) make a good work, always check the One cut on store. I suggest a dark brown instead of black. Best regards from France Gentlemen
Frank Bruno (3 months ago)
Love your reviews and style Sven.. well done! Frank from Boulder, Colorado
David Lee (3 months ago)
Pointy dress shoes such as these make you look like a clown
77MrAH (3 months ago)
Top tip, tan is not brown, avoid, its too light and looks tacky. Chestnut and deep reddish browns are best for boots and shoes. Avoid tan!
Kenny M (3 months ago)
I have purchased an Allen Edmand driving shoe and penny loafer. LOVE the style and feel. Wish I saw this beforehand but am still satisfied with the shoes. Love your advice and got an automatic sub from me! Great info.
David Canavan (3 months ago)
Raphael... what can I say you continually comfort me when Im down.. keep it up. p.s. I have WAY to may black shoes and I thought it was the way to go but can only pair with so much. I only realized this tonight. Thanks brother. Love this channel! p.p.s. dude, your videos are as timeless are the men's style you live, and teach. Keep it up!
roger white (3 months ago)
i like the walmart velcro sneaker
Rakesh Kumar (3 months ago)
Wt about ur toung noice , very ockword to listen
فهد المرنيسي (3 months ago)
😎👍🎖🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦
R Jensen (3 months ago)
Well presented, good selection of shoes.
Alex McCoy (4 months ago)
Do Acemark ship overseas?
Ramesh Kumar (4 months ago)
Hello sir I am banker and spends 10-12 hours at office. Please suggest a type of formal leather shoe which will be very comfortable for long hours usage and breathable.
خزعل فنر (4 months ago)
مافيه احسن من الزنوبه
Masata240 (4 months ago)
Hi Sven, I have oxblood wholecut oxfords. How versatile is that in dressing up and down?
Chriss Varvis (4 months ago)
I have been trying to pinpoint your accent, are you Austrian?
James Joseph (4 months ago)
What should I do when I kick something and have scuff scratch marks at the tip of my shoes? Can I use brown polish to restore it? Saddle soap tends to fuck my shit up.
Pete Davis (4 months ago)
5 shoes, do you hop about on the time you wear shoe number 5?
kaviter77 (5 months ago)
AceMarks seems really nice, can you recomend similliar company of EU orgin ??
RunningBear (5 months ago)
I'ma stick to my J's
the ace of hearts (5 months ago)
my way to decide what basic shoes you need. write down (or draw if you're artistically inclined) eight shoes that you would buy if they where the only shoes you could ever wear. you can repair or replace them infinite times, but always the exact same shoe. then look for something that fits within your budget. edit: this works with other clothing and accessories too, obviously
Mashel Auma (5 months ago)
You are full of class.I feel small now;way too small.🙆🏽‍♂️🤭
738polarbear (5 months ago)
Very classy clothing and shoes .Timeless fashions .
William Hill (5 months ago)
Is this man real ???
Magda G (5 months ago)
Hello Mr. Schneider, would you really say that a Derby is a definite must-have in every man's shoe collection? I'm not a fan of Derbys and instead I'd prefer a simple cap top Oxford which is a little bit less formal than the Wholecut, as a second shoe that every man should own. And you were saying that Wholecut Oxfords without any single seam in the upper exist for bespoke shoes only. But e.g. Saint Crispin's have an RTW Wholecut with zero seams in their offering. Kind regards
Arrogant Sultan (5 months ago)
very nice sir
kausmo tumynski (6 months ago)
Problem with all this is you end up looking like a dandy. The idea is to look like you don't care about style while being stylish. It's tough to do and only few can pull it off....this guy just comes across as a gay fop. If I were him I'd get a new hairdoo. He needs some body up top and dial back the pomade. I also agree his suits are baggy and don't lay well. It's like he needs a straw boater hat to finish off the retro look he's got....lol
silent sir (22 days ago)
He does overdo it, and he winds up in dandy land very often....but if he were to lose the hair, get better fitting suits and wear casual blazers, all of these shoes would look decent on him
josephseason (4 months ago)
That's the High School Principal look.
josephseason (4 months ago)
kausmo tumynski 100% agree
Dominic Raphael (6 months ago)
Those shoes are expensive
67spankadelik (6 months ago)
Great video!
Dean Wild (6 months ago)
I live in the UK and getting Ace Mark shoes will be a pain because they ship from the US. Would you recommend Barker shoes in England? I can get them more readily and they seem like good quality and value.
Bernard Talbert (6 months ago)
Too much brown in his choices. Add some burgundy.
plutorama (7 months ago)
You’re too large-framed to wear cuffed trouser hems. Makes you look short and boxy. The suit is wearing you, and it should be the other way around. Also, you speak too fast. Which with your accent makes you unintelligible. It ought not to be necessary to use subtitles when you speak. Slow down and stop swallowing entire words thinking we won’t notice you jumped right over them.
Gloria Anaruma (7 months ago)
Great video, thanks for post
David Roddis (7 months ago)
OMG navy double-breasted pin striped suit with pink tie <heart> Also Derby wing tips in brown and thanks for pronouncing Derby correctly! OMG whimsical stripey socks with the loafers.
Weird World (7 months ago)
6.22 shows a hole in your socks
Pablo Ortiz (7 months ago)
Are you a sales person for Ace Mark's? seems fishy.....
balcon (7 months ago)
Great video !
M A (7 months ago)
Decent shoe, it’s no where near Allen Edmonds. I’d always go with Edmonds, all this junk about middle man is nonsense.
Azeem Qureshi (7 months ago)
Gentleman's Shoes Riyaly .👌
Gareth Williams (7 months ago)
Hey Raph, I liked your video before I even watched it based on your title. You never fail to educate and make videos that are relevant. I really concure with your choices, keep up your good work.
James Murray (8 months ago)
I always appreciate a man who knows his shoes.
Adam F. (8 months ago)
If I'm following the video correctly, it's basically saying the 5-types of dress shoes that every man should invest in are, generally speaking, the five primary types dress shoes that exist. What a novel idea?
Marc King (8 months ago)
My foot stared stinking with adidas. Leather shoes with leather sole is best.
napadaan lang (8 months ago)
So fancy hehe, thanks for the ideas.
jose Parra jr (8 months ago)
Stacy’s Adams Never Fails
Anthony M (8 months ago)
If you're looking for a beautiful wholecut, I suggest J.M. Weston. Also, as for the wingtip, skip it. It's ugly and too common.
Orlando G (8 months ago)
I have exactly zero of these shoes. Tomorrow when I do some shopping, I'm glad I can use the correct terminology along with some great ideas. 👍👍👌👌

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