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Return of the two-tone dress shoes

Made popular in the 1940s and '50s, this bold footwear comes in a variety of classic styles, including saddle shoes, wingtips and cap-toe Oxfords


Step up your game with the return of two-tone dress shoes. Made popular in the 1940s and ’50s, this bold footwear comes in a variety of classic styles, including saddle shoes, wingtips and cap-toe Oxfords. The vibrant colours can be further enhanced by contrasting different material. Any pair will give your wardrobe a kick.

Photographs by David Arky
Creative Style Director: Joseph DeAcetis

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Leather lace-up shoe by Santoni ($950)


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Clockwise from top: Calfskin-and-canvas ‘Harbour’ shoe by John Lobb ($1,390); leather-and-suede wingtip shoe by Etro ($900); leather wingtip shoe by Fratelli Rossetti ($740); leather-and-canvas cap-toe shoe by Jimmy Choo ($750); calfskin ‘Conard’ saddle shoe by Johnston & Murphy ($155); two-tone leather wingtip shoe by Tod’s ($725)