Craig of That Dapper Chap shows us two different looks both using the dark green Redchurch sneakers by Donhall & Bell
Donhall & Bell
Until a recent re- branding exercise Donhall & Bell were known as Dapper England and you can find my previous work with them HERE.
Following the re- brand the company have introduced a more casual shoe to it’s range of incredible slippers.
The Redchurch sneaker is a versatile shoe and comes in 4 colours: black, navy, burgundy and dark green, which are the ones that I’ll be styling for you today.
The Rechurch sneakers are of course made from luxury fabrics, as we’ve come to expect from the brand. The uppers consist of Luxury Baby Calf Hair, they have a burnished leather toe piece and waxed nylon laces. The in sock is made from quality tan leather and they are priced at £190.00
Styling the Redchurch sneakers
For the first look I’ve opted for a smarter ensemble and choosen to stay within the same colour palette: green, being one of the most on trend colours of the season.
A great look for a less formal party or day job, the suit elevates what could be a very casual shoe to something a little more refined. Less stuffy than a classic shoe, a look combining suiting with a casual shoe is very on trend.
Get The Look
Dark green sneakers – Donhall & Bell
Green merino wool Socks – Cynattan
Green suit – Topman (similar)
Plain white cotton shirt – Burton Menswear
Watch – Timex (with green nato band)
Black leather ‘Calvino’ briefcase – Maxwell Scott Bags
Bead bracelets – Home made
The second look is all out casual and shows the diversity of the shoe. Teamed with dark blue jeans, a simple white T Shirt. The dark green pea coat carries forward the colour story and keeps the look cohesive.
Get The Look
Dark Green sneakers – Donhall & Bell
Green & White stripe socks – Burton Menswear (out of stock)
Jeans – Burton Menswear
White T Shirt – Burton Menswear
Green Pea Coat – Next (similar)
Brown leather bag – Rocha John Rocha at Debenhams
I hope you approve of the two looks that I’ve put together for you. Please leave a message for me below to let me know what you think.