Shoes are one of the most essential items in a man’s wardrobe and can’t be ignored when styling your daily outfit. However, choosing the right pair of shoes to go with your daily garb can at times be challenging. It’s imperative that they are versatile with the right balance of comfort, personal satisfaction and functionality. Not only can a pair of shoes be the defining factor that makes you look out of place, but it can also make you feel out of place. The following are shoes that will help you step up your shoe game as you move from one event to the next this December. Chukka The classic chukka is always a great option for casual and dressy occasions alike. Chukkas look just as sharp paired with jeans as they do with a suit and tie. And with a higher ankle, they provide added support and help keep out dirt and sand from spring activities. Loafer For a unique take on the traditional loafer, the tassel loafer will keep you at the cusp of style no matter the occasion. Pair them with a blazer for a classy look, or wear them with shorts and a t-shirt for a laid-back, casual vibe. Brogue Suede always has a place in your wardrobe. The suede brogue is no different and acts as a lightweight, versatile alternative to the traditional leather version. Since suede is a more casual fabric, feel free to pair these with pants or shorts. Wingtip Oxford Try the Wingtip Oxford for the sophisticated look this spring. Wingtips are characterized by a wing-style piece of leather on the toe cap with decorative perforations. Opt for rubber soles if you plan to walk long distances. Leather Footgear When you’re looking to toe the line between casual and dressy, leather sneakers will do just the trick. They have the comfort of a sneaker, but the leather upper gives them a classy facelift. Mesh Sneaker When breathability is key, look no further than the mesh sneaker. It's like wearing clouds on your feet, you’ll be the most comfortable person in any room you’re currently standing. Feel free to rock this sockless or a low-cut secret sock. Share:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) You must log in to post a comment.