The Dress Code

The Dress Code: Wedding For Him

So, you’re getting married. Congratulations. Welcome to the heady world of ‘wedmin’ (that’s code for ‘wedding admin’ to the uninitiated).


It's safe to say that you might have a bit of competition in the style department from your soon-to-be better half on the big day, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't make an effort to look and feel your best on the most important day of your life.

Whether you've decided to tie the knot in church, in a town hall or even in an exotic, far flung location, we've got some great shoe options to make sure a. you look great from head to toe, b. you don't let the side down and get shouted at and c. you can look back at the photographs in years to come and think 'yes, they really were very nice shoes'.

Here's some of our favourite style options for the most important man at the wedding.

Syn A smooth, sharp and traditional choice for your walk down the aisle.

Surf For a more laidback approach, a loafer is a great choice. This style incorporates a subtle chevron effect to add texture, interest and the suggestion of effort.



Scholar A brown colourway is a good alternative to classic black, especially if you plan to wear a navy suit. It features punched accents, lace fastenings and wingtip detail.

Sanctuary An update on the classic formal. Think lasered wingtips and a natural sole.

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