Slip Into Spring
It's the first day of spring. Celebrate accordingly by ditching the socks and pulling on a pair of suede slip-ons. Go for a fresh take on timeless styles—from a cooler camp moc made in Maine to a ghost white pair of penny loafers. The key is to buy a quality made pair that will stand up through months of warm weather and sockless wear. In dusty hues or bold contrasting colors cut from a comfortable, breathable suede, what could be fresher with some washed jeans or the rest of your spring kit? So go ahead, let those ankles breathe, son.
Crafted from a taupe English suede, these lightweight kicks are hand-sewn in Maine using true moccasin construction with chestnut leather laces and antique brass eyelets.
A super comfortable take on a classic. These colorful two-tone suede kicks are infused with Nike Air technology on top of a padded leather insole with arch support.
Made in America with a Goodyear welt, these slim loafers feature Allen Edmonds' signature cork footbed to conform to the shape of your foot for a custom-like fit.
Custom made for Need Supply Co. with a crisp white suede, tonal stitching, supple glove leather lining and a gum camp sole, these are unlike any pennies out there.
Don't have the scratch for those above? Nordstrom's in-house 1901 label offers some handsome loafers for a song.
Colton loafers, $99 by 1901