Posted: Oct 07 2013
by: Josh Johnson

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Street Moda's Guide to Men's Fall Dress Shoes

I think we can all agree that men's dress shoes have taken a turn for the better since the good ole days of what our dads and grandpas were wearing. The classic styling and silhouettes are still what makes the shoe, but design houses are taking to new colors, material, and combinations of the two to make something new and fresh for our generation.

Without having to look too hard one can see that new brands and styles of men's dress are popping up everywhere. From up and coming brands like JD Fisk to revamped heavyweights like Giorgio Brutini and GBX we've begun to see a whole new side of this category, and the ever classic styles from stalwarts like Kenneth Cole and Steve Madden.

Everywhere we look we can see the colored bottom statement has transitioned seamlessly into the men's shoe arena, taking nods from women's high end designers like Steve Madden and Christian Louboutin. We're also now seeing a rise in color blocked saddle oxfords, which are a great addition to any man's closet.

So guys, you're probably sitting here wonder how you can parlay this relatively new style into your wardrobe? Okay you're right, you're probably not, BUT that's what we're here for. To answer your questions before you even thought them up! 
We're going to highlight our favorite styles from our current selection in this post, and we'd love to see you comment back with how you're adding these great styles into your wardrobes!

The Halock and Huston by Giorgio Brutini are great fall picks for any man's closet. These shoes are an easy transition from day to night, and the color ways should be a staple for any guy's fall looks.

The JD Fisk Callum and Nikko are great suede styles to add your shoe selection. With these color ways they are definitely not your dad's shoes!

Lastly we will round out with two classic styles for the modern man from Kenneth Cole the Star Attraction and Thumb Ring!


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