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The Oliver Sweeney Suit & Shoe Colour Matching Chart

It’s not hard to put on a dark suit and black leather shoes every day and get yourself to the office in relative style – though it helps of course if your shoes are a top-quality contemporary design; that’ll lift any outfit. But stepping out of the familiar comfort zone of monochrome can be a bit of a minefield. So if you feel like you want to give a new colour suit or shoe a spin, then we’ve created this little infographic to make sure you don’t put a foot wrong when it comes to matching your shoes and suit.

We’ve also come up with a few combinations that you probably haven’t tried, but definitely should.

Black Suit /Purple Shoe

Let’s start easy. A black suit is the staple of every man’s wardrobe, but if you’re not careful, you can end up looking more undertaker than deal-maker. Stick with monochrome and try a bolder colour of shoe: our Pula Purple wholecut slip-on shoe is intricately detailed and beautifully made in our Italian factory. It’s not nearly as outlandish as it might seem and will definitely give you the edge over your rivals.

Charcoal Suit / Burgundy Shoes

Charcoal is possibly the most common colour of suit, so if you’re looking to stand out from the crowd then it’s important to get the right inspiration. Take a slim-cut charcoal suit and add a narrow woollen tie, a crisp white shirt and a pair of our Wren Burgundy brogue boots for a thoroughly contemporary take on sixties mod.

Light Grey Suit / Blue Shoes

Even in a more casual office environment, it’s important to step up your look. A lightweight grey suit will look great with a boxfresh white t-shirt underneath and a pair of our Loriga Navy leather trainers (sockless, ideally). Just because the dress code is casual doesn’t mean you should compromise your style.

Brown Suit / Brown Shoes

Forget that image of a brown-suited 1970s university lecturer; brown suits are a fresh way to make a style statement – just as long as the cut is contemporary, of course. With a pair of our leather croc print Surbo Jodhpur boots, there’s no stone island pink doubt that brown means business.

Blue Suit / Chestnut or Snuff Shoes

Blue suits can range from midnight shades all the way to bright cobalt (if you’re feeling particularly bold, in an Antony Price kind of way). With a mid to dark navy suit – double-breasted if you want to emphasise the dandy – a pair of our Aldeburgh Chestnut orAldeburgh Snuff Oxford brogues bring a sense of texture and purpose.
Burgundy Suit / Blue Shoes (or anything else)

Not every man can pull off a burgundy suit, in fact we’d wager that not many men even have a burgundy suit in their wardrobes. But if you can, and do, then it’s all about experimentation. For the full-on dapper look, why stick to regular colours In our Noceto Midnight wholecut boot, you’re guaranteed to make a statement.

Whatever colour combination you go for, it’s important to make sure each component is looking its finest. No-one ever made a style statement in a crumpled suit, or clapped-out pair of shoes. Giving your shoes a good polish, with the right shoe care products, will make sure you’re always looking your best. Polish your shoes regularly (we like Sunday evenings to make sure we feel our best for the start of the working week) and take a look at the Cobbler-in-Chief’s Shoe Care Guide for a number of tips for caring for your leather shoes – or use his Suede Care Guide if that’s your weapon of choice.

If you’d like further style advice or care tips for your shoes ask our Cobbler-in-Chief using #AsktheCobbler on our Twitter or Facebook pages.

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