Comfy Loafers – Antoine & Stanley

If there’s one thing you don’t want to compromise on with your outfits, it’s the quality of your shoes. You could be wearing a cheap white t-shirt and your old jeans, but if you have good shoes, you’ll look put together.

If there’s one thing you don’t want to compromise on with your outfits, it’s the quality of your shoes. You could be wearing a cheap white t-shirt and your old jeans, but if you have good shoes, you’ll look put together.

One visit to Antoine & Stanley’s store in Paddington, and you’ll realize that these boys want to do things their own way; and it’s refreshing.

They kindly provided a great selection of footwear for me to use in my recent campaign shoot. The ‘’Simmons’’ white sneakers go with everything and are much nicer in quality than your mainstream sneaker. The black ‘’Paulo’’ monk straps would be great for work and going out, and the tan ‘’Spartan’’ loafers were my favourite shoe of the shoot; perhaps because it is Summer and tan loafers are the perfect summer shoe, but also because the detailing was unique and really cool. All of their shoes were super comfy too which is important when you’re on your feet a lot like I am.

There’s no doubt these guys appreciate quality and care about their choice of materials. If you don’t want to trawl through the shops for hours looking for this weekend’s shoes, just pay them a visit and you’ll probably have trouble just choosing one pair.

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