The thing about green is that when you are able to create the perfect shade of it (think a mix between emerald and forest), it can become one of the most stunning colors there is. While I won’t say that the color that I created on these bespoke brogues is perfect, I will say that it is lovely shade that I happen to find extremely versatile. Not only does it pair well with this light gray POW, but I also enjoy mixing it with my navy three piece. And the best thing is that while this green might have been a bit bright for some people, I feel that because of all the brogueing, it tones it down a bit and separates all of that green. Then again, it does so because I blacked out each hole with a permanent marker….Anyway, back to the subject: green brogues = cool, but what’s even better is the idea of creating an entire range of brogues in every color that would be appropriate for smart, casual wear. In particular, a full blue brogue…now that sounds appealing!
Shoes: Bespoke, made by me (with Gaziano & Girling “Rothschild” upper)
Suit: Readjusted bespoke by Chittleborough & Morgan
Tie: Tie Rack
Green belt? Suspenders? Im curious.
All you need is a green pocket square!
I really like green shoes. And those are very nice.
But I don’t know if I have enough “regular” shoes to go for a green pair.
nice suit justin.
Yes, these shoes are indeed very hansome! Now, I’m not at all sure whether the kind of outfit you have chosen were the right one. I think they would work better within a smart casual wear, and as to occasions, pubs and night clubs.
Justin FitzPatrick, "The Shoe Snob"
AFJ – No….don’t own green belts or suspenders….probably wouldn’t get a green belt, that’s just too much for me…green suspenders yes, I would wear…but don’t own them
Dave – as much as I admire pocket squares on others, I never find myself wearing them for some reason….
Trapo – fair enough, you make a good point. Thanks for sharing
Claymoore – Thank you sir!
Hugo – Cheers Hugo!!
John – Glad that you like the shoes, but I would have to say that I would never wear these to the pub, particularly not here in London as it would be a recipe for disaster is someone spilled or stepped on them….
love your blog and waiting for your more posts !
I recently picked up a pair of museum green Lobbs (along with 4 other pairs) from ebay. Can’t kick that habit. They are great but very dark green, the green comes out in the sunlight outdoors but they almost look black indoors. Wish I could lighten them up a bit but i guess that’s impossible. I’ll send you photos.