However much he can afford…Men’s footwear really should not be that difficult.
It’s really that simple. Never let anyone tell you how much you should be spending (yes I know what the title of this post says). But rather cut your cloth (or leather) to your size and never act too big for your boots.
It’s no secret that men as a whole, have fallen out of love with formal shoes. We’ll be touching upon this, in the same way we looked at the workplace killing the suit
, in the next post (Did The Workplace Kill Men’s Shoes Too?). It appears the workplace is a serial killer.
This post is to simply set a bar for what a man should realistically spend on shoes. It’s not a rule (remember the second paragraph of this post). It’s a guide to help those who seek it. That’s all.
How Much Can He Realistically Afford To Spend On Shoes?
If you wear £200 trainers you can afford £200 shoes. If you wear £600 trainers you can afford £600 shoes. That’s a great way to gauge how much you can put towards your shoes. That being said, we think you can find good value in shoes from £150 (no matter how rich you are). Just check out this video on Shoes we like
, then look out for a resource section we’ll be building in dedication to men’s footwear.
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