Top Picks for New Year's Eve

Whether you’re heading out to watch the fireworks or to a party to toast to 2017, step into 2018 in style with our top picks for New Year’s Eve. From stylish to smart to sassy, we’ve got the night covered.

For smart events, opt for the PUTNEY Monk Shoe. Available in a black or tan leather finish, the style features a double buckle fastening, chisel toe cap and a low block heel. There’s even a leather lining and rubber sole to keep things comfy right through to midnight. The ideal formal finish for suits.


See out 2017 in style with the PIZAZZ slipper cut loafer. Choose from navy, black or a gold metallic fabric finish, all featuring the stylish brocade design. The slip-on style has an almond toe and a low block heel to complement the bold print. Pair with smart trousers for a stand-out finishing touch.

Give the classic Oxford shoe a new-year refresh with the PAULIE design. This classic silhouette gets a modern update with two tone lacing, toe cap and punch hole detailing and complemented by the contrast sole. Opt for a navy, burgundy or tan leather finish to keep things smart and pair with suit trousers or chinos.

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