This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Stacy Adams for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
So it was either Stacy Adams
or Santa Claus paying a visit to my office with a special delivery
. Regardless, they blessed my feet with the new Stacy Adams Dawson
shoe. Not only was it a perfect fitting but I knew there was a historical attachment to that shoe-making brand. After spending over 100 years (founded in 1875) constructing & designing quality shoes, Stacy Adams
continues to maintain their modern man reputation.
shoe is equipped with a smooth leather and almond-color brown that fits perfectly with the Fall season. The thin laces of the shoe make it easy to tie and avoids any type of looseness.
After walking in the shoe for the past couple days in the concrete jungle of New York City, the Dawson
shoe is able to defend itself beautifully from the rough, broken streets. I was able to place the shoes right back in the box, without any visible mark or scratch present. Lucky me!
As for apparel matchup, the suede & leather combination make it easy for a casual or semi-formal style. Since the coloring of the brown is light, it’s only fitting that I supply a complimentary color of blue jeans.
Then I topped it with a white shirt and a blue blazer. It’s simple but it’s a statement piece that’s really meant to highlight the shoes.
The jeans was set to be a deep blue which then brings out the color of both the shoes & the white collared-shirt. So whether you’re going on a dinner date, catching a Broadway show, or a night at the club with your boys, this style combination is how you finish it off.
The Stacy Adams
brand has shown that their style relevancy for men is without question and they’re here to stay bringing classic appeal that speaks to a younger audience like myself.
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