How to Dress like an Italian (even if you're not one)
Like food, wine and art, Italians just seem to do it better.... and fashion is no exception. Italian men are some of the best-dressed men in the world. They understand that a good wardrobe is made up of well-made classics, but they also know style is how you make those classics your own. Whether it's wearing dress shoes without socks or adding sneakers to a suit, it's these unexpected combos that give their look so much flair. In a time where things are moving in a more casual direction, it's refreshing to see that they still get dressed. Here's how you can dress like an Italian even if you're not one.
Go for a Sportcoat with some color
Wear Dress Shoes without Socks
- Di BiancoDark Brown Grained Leather Double-Monk Shoe$795SHOP NOWSizes in stock:9-M | 9.5-M | 10-M | 10.5-M | 11-MGravatiMedium Brown Leather Double Monk Strap Dress Shoe$695SHOP NOWSizes in stock:8.5-M | 9-M | 9.5-M | 10-M | 10.5-M | 11-M | 11.5-M | 12-MDi BiancoBlack Grained Leather Double-Monk Shoe$795SHOP NOWSizes in stock:9-M | 9.5-M | 10-M | 10.5-M | 11-M | 12-M
- GravatiBlack Leather Double Buckle Monk Strap Dress Shoe$695SHOP NOWSizes in stock:10-M | 10.5-M | 11-M | 11.5-M | 12-M