Everyone is pushing Boat Shoes as the casual shoe for the upcoming spring and summer seasons. That’s all well and good but if you don’t own a boat, don’t know anyone who does own a boat, and are not within a 300 mile radius of an actually launched, sitting in the water sailboat that’s ready for you to tread on its deck with your boat shoes… it might look a little too trendy.
Maybe you don’t have access to a sailboat, but you probably have a car. Hopefully one you like to drive. And a slip-on Driving Loafer is the perfect alternative to the just-a-touch too trendy boat shoe.
They’re comfortable, they can be dressed up or dressed down, and they come in a variety of styles and price ranges.
Plus, you could wear any of those three pairs with a cotton blazer and not look like you were about to welcome a group of retirees aboard a cruise ship.
Try doing that while wearing a blazer and boat shoes.