Nov 01 2012
Back in the day, suede shoes were an Elvis thing, or a fusty-college-professor thing. Suede has come a long way from being blue-or boring.
Here are the three C’s of selecting and maintaining your suede shoes:
- Color: For everyday wear, steer clear of novelty shades, and take advantage of the rich, warm tones that suede offers you to create a relaxed, yet elegant, look.
- Care: Use a waterproof finish and suede eraser to ensure your suede shoes look their best. Brush often.
- Coordination: Suede works beautifully with fall clothing, including flannel suits, tan trousers, and crisp.