Although black might be the safe option, we suggest you let a navy suit be your staple one.
What goes best: Tan or dark brown shoes look impeccable with navy suits.
What to avoid: Try to avoid wearing a black pair of shoes. Although they might not be a bad option, they might not bring the best out of your navy suit resulting in a dull appearance.
When sporting a black suit, it’s better to be less adventurous with the shoes and stick to a ‘blackon black’ combination. Remember, one doesn’t always have to stand out, sometimes staying simple is elegant.
What goes best: Simple black oxfords.
What to avoid: Tan or brown coloured shoes. (or any other colour)
Following in the steps of the black suit, black shoes can be worn with charcoal too.Not as monotonous as a black suit, a charcoal one gives you a sharper and edgier look.
What goes best: Nothing else but black oxfords.
What to avoid: Though we usually love to mix and match colours, we suggest you avoidanything but black shoes.
Last but not the least; a grey suit is one of the smartest options available. While there are other colours like brown and beige, grey is the most widely worn suit.
What goes best: Grey is an exception and this is why a grey suit is a must have. You can wear tan, brown or black coloured shoes with your grey suit without thinking twice. Also, if you have a pair of burgundy shoes, go ahead and wear them.
Do not forget, your shoes need to be well polished and kept clean at all times, otherwise eventhis article cannot help you. Hope this article has helped you match your suits to your shoes. Feel free to express your thoughts about the same in the comment section below. Suit up!