Popularized long ago by celebrities like Fred Astaire, James Brown, Tom Wolfe and many more, white shoes are now the new age style statement.
According to a report published in the Robb Report, the Bucks are the gateway to white-shoe territory. They were named after their nubuck leather construction and they were once an Ivy staple.
David Coggins, the author of the bestseller “Men and Style,” had put on a pair of shoes on the cover of the book.
“I was originally intimidated by my first pair of white dollars. I couldn’t imagine my life without them. I think men are naturally reluctant to wear shoes that look amazingly white,” he said. told Robb Report.
“It takes a feeling of fearlessness at first. They look immaculate and awesome, but they really rise to white goat heaven when they get dirty and become yours,” Coggins added.
According to the writer, the real pleasure of owning white shoes lies in the imperfections and imperfections they wear, which he described as “sartorial scars”.
White shoes are also all the rage for dancing these days. According to Robb Report, thin, low-rise oxfords gained popularity after being favored by Fred Astaire. The sleek profile of the shoes is best when paired with pants with wider cuts.
“This super minimal aesthetic makes [dance shoes] easy to style in several different looks, said Mark Higg, brand manager at Crown Northampton in England.
“Over the past decades, the line has gained a loyal fan base, especially in Japan,” Higg added.
Besides formal shoes, there is a plethora of options for casual white shoes on the market which now have their own fan.