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Style Essentials | Brown Tassel Loafers featuring Beckett Simonon
Beckett Simonon Brown Tassel Loafers

[tps_header]Getting a grip on all the “essentials” in menswear can give you a headache. Headaches aside, one piece of footwear that I swear by is the brown suede tassel loafer. The loafers featured here are the Venza Brown Suede Tassel Slippers by Beckett Simonon (available online here).

I wear loafers year-round and a pair of brown suede tassel loafers are always in my rotation because of their workwear to streetwear versatility. Don’t let the term “streetwear” automatically conjure up images of guys lined up outside of a sneaker store, waiting for the launch of some retro Jordans. Streetwear to me pertains to the clothes you wear when you’re not suited up and tip-toe the line of casual and dress. [/tps_header]

[tps_title]| Look 1 | Keeping It Casual[/tps_title] 

Beckett Simonon Venza Tassel Loafers

 Venza Suede Tassel Loafers – Beckett Simonon (available online here) | Grey Cotton Double Breasted Blazer – Sottono | 508 Slim Taper Jeans – Levi’s | Short Sleeved Henley T-shirt – Barque New York 


There’s something about pairing dark brown suede loafers with a pair of light washed jeans that says “Yeah, I wearing loafers with f*cking dad jeans” and I don’t care. That being said, there’s a slight science to executing a casual look with loafers without falling into the #normcore.

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  • Tassel loafers can give off a formal feel even when pair with casual jeans. Adding a cotton blazer bring in enough of a formal element, but, complements the rest of the casual pieces with its worn look.
  • A dark brown loafer is muted and doesn’t bring attention to itself (which is a good thing). This under-the-radar shoe will be used as the refined grounding element of your look.
  • During the summer month, rock some no-show socks or ditch them all together. Also, anyone giving you grief for not rocking socks can go to hell.
  • A tapered jean is the most flattering with any loafer. If the leg opening of you jeans hit the vamp of your shoe, they’re TOO DAMN WIDE!!! Find a tailor to have your jeans/pants tapered from the knee down. For reference, I have most of my pants tapered to a 15 inch opening.

Sabir Peele In Venza Tassel Loafers by Beckett & Simonon

Beckett Simonon Brown Tassel Loafers

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  • Wow! Another superb post. I think with every post, you are certainly getting better at what you do-inspire. I enjoyed all three looks. Did the grey double breasted blazer come with two patch pockets(on the right), or you added the second one? That detail really caught my eye.

    • Hi David,

      Thanks for dropping in and for the words of support. This blazer is a traditional off the rack cotton double breasted with flap pockets (not patch). When I have suits/blazer made, I typically get a ticket pocket (the smaller pocket) too. This one just happen to have it off the rack.

      Best,

      Sabir

  • Hey Sabir,

    How did you manage to get such open quarters in the Tailor4Less jacket? The two jackets I’ve had made from them always come with relatively closed quarters, despite changing the hip measurements to be shorter.

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