As many of you know we no longer stock shoes at Crane Brothers.
That doesn't mean that I am not constantly looking at footwear online, in magazines and on feet.
Therefore I have decided that I am going to feature on an impromptu, irregular and unpredictable basis my Shoe of the Day.
Todays shoe is a Roger Suede Derby and it comes from one of my favourite shoe designers Grenson.
It seems like the perfect shoe for spring, not quite as casual as a desert boot and the perfect colour to wear with Navy.
Suede doesn’t like the wet, leaky olive oil bottles and candle wax.
So stay away from dates with women who like watching movies like Powder Blue whilst eating Italian food on a stormy night.
Otherwise wear it with anything and nearly anywhere.
You can buy it here
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