Brown mens dress shoes are the current trend in mens footwear in Europe and now in Australia. This has come about with them being the perfect match for wearing with blue suits. Blue mens suits are the way to go and everyone from Italian suits such as Bagozza and Versace. Matador Shoes online mens shoe shop has a great range of mens leather shoes in various shades of brown.
Ernesto is one of our most popular models. It is a derby shoe open lace shoe and has a very contemporary European look to it. It is hand made in Spain and is a rich brown colour called "castano" in Spanish. It will compliment any blue suit and is also a great shoe that can be worn casually with a pair of jeans or trousers. If you are the type of guy that does not wear dress shoes every day this is a great shoe to have in your wardrobe.
Rafael is an oxford style mens leather shoe we have also in castano and is a very smart looking formal shoe. It has the same slim shape last as the Ernesto but has the closed lace oxford shoe which is a more formal dress shoe. This shoe matched with a Bagozza suit looks awesome but can also be matched with some of the deeper blue suits that Versace is now making and you can find in selected menswear shops in Australia.
If you are a fan of mens brogue shoes then check out our Bruno model. It is a derby mens brogue with a wingtip design and it comes in a lighter brown colour than the Ernesto or Rafael. This brogue shoe is a winner with any style of suit and also looks great with skinny jeans. Brogues are making a big comeback and we have these shoes for the great price of only $249. Most quality brogues from makers such as Grensons, John Lewis or Paul Smith cost $$450 or more. Sure you can buy cheap Chinese versions from places such as Asos, Clarks or Aquila but if you are buying brogues you should always buy them from European shoe makers from England, Spain or Italy.
Matador Shoes is unique in the fact that we do not sell mass produced run of the mill shoes made in China. Also shoes that are supposedly made in Italy but are really branded "Italian made" but are actually made in China. All our shoes we have made by artisan shoe makers who make and finish each pair of shoes by hand in small artisan studios. We design our range of shoes here in Australia and are old school in that we think a pair of shoes should last a long time and be made of quality calf skin leathers not "piece leathers" which is cheap low grade leather most commonly used in China.