These loafers from luxury fashion houses will complete and dignify your outfits, whether casual or formal.
Loafers are easily the most versatile style of shoes you can own. Dressing it up and down is an easy task. Loafers are used in the corporate space and casual settings. The range of ways you can style loafers is quite astounding.
These designer loafers are both versatile and fashionable. From subdued to out-there, these luxury loafers are best for formal and casual wear.
Prada Soft Padded Nappa Leather Loafers
Unlike classic flat loafers, the Prada Soft Padded Loafers sport an elevated sole. The monolith loafers are also made from Nappa Leather—making them buttery soft and comfortable. The padded style is also an updated interpretation of a loafer. It can be used for casual and formal occasions—still maintaining the versatility of the design while it is an updated look.
Looking for classic loafers you can easily use day and night? Tod’s Loafers are perfect for it. Whether you pair it with dressed-up pants or leggings, they’ll still look good. These leather loafers are the classics you’ll need on a daily.
Gucci Horesebit Loafers
Though classic-looking at first glance, the Gucci Horsebit Loafers are more than meets the eye. The little hem at the back that allows the user to fold the back part of the loafer is what makes it different from the rest. Having these loafers is a two-in-one deal—a regular loafer and a mule.
Maison Margiela Tabi Loafers
These loafers are for those who aren’t afraid to go out of the box. The Tabi design is synonymous with the Maison Margiela brand, and this is one of the iterations of the design The Tabi loafers are both subdued and loud at the same time. It’s a classic silhouette and the tabi design creates a juxtaposition within itself.
Loro Piana Dot Sole Loafers
Dainty and clean—words regularly used to describe Loro Piana. The brand’s loafers come in different types of leather. One of the most notable in their catalog is the ostrich leather loafers. The Loafers are straightforward with their intention—applying the brand’s design principles of coded luxury.
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