Duke and Dexter

duke & dexter

If you are the sort of guy that has a taste for the best quality and style in clothing, then I assume that you have heard of the exciting and remarkable men’s shoemaker Duke & Dexter. If that’s a no, then we can assure you that very soon you will be following them much more closely.

 

duke & dexter

Duke & Dexter is a luxury British footwear label, founded by Archie Hewlett in 2014. Best known for their classic loafers that have a contemporary twist, they have really taken off, with their alluring designs, fashionistas and celebrities have sized the opportunity to get their hands on their own pair of these elegant and stylish shoes.

 

duke & dexter loafers

 

British Actor Eddie Redmayne wore a sleek yet formal pair of black Duke & Dexter loafers when he received his Oscar for The Theory of Everything at The 2015 Academy Awards. And if you needed a few more style icons and celebrities to assure yourself that these shoes really are exemplary then the list is certainly impressive. Justin Timberlake, Ryan Reynolds, Jonah Hill, Tinie Tempah and model & actor Tyson Beckford have all been seen sporting a pair of Duke & Dexter on their feet. 

 

duke & dexter

 

This premium footwear comes at an accessible price tag compared to other high-end traditional British shoemakers. What’s more is that compared to the old traditional British shoemakers, Duke & Dexter have taken their designs to a different direction and a whole new level. Their captivating contemporary footwear offers something different, something exciting and something unseen by the other great traditional shoemakers. If you are a man of style then a pair of Duke & Dexter loafers will take your look to new heights – setting you apart from even the most fashionable and sharp dressing men.

 

duke & dexter

 

So, if you want something with panache this season, take a closer look at Duke & Dexter’s latest loafer collection, we guarantee you will be in awe. 

 

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