When you’re getting down to the wire with your wedding date, both you and your groom-to-be kind of have to divide and conquer the remainder of the pre-wedding preparations. We’re all about progressiveness here, and seeing the planning process as an equal partnership, but let’s be honest, guys need a little extra help. And as their best friend and VIP to be, we’ll help them get there 😊. So when it comes to making sure their big day ensemble is alllll buttoned up - literally and figuratively - hot as hell (yes, a groom’s gotta slay too), and perfectly tailored to your tying-the-knot style, give them some recommendations. They might not admit it, but they appreciate your support and vote of confidence. And we’ve got the scoop on what’ll go great on their feet: Paul Evans, why haven’t you walked into our lives sooner?!
Whether you’re planning to exchange vows on a metropolitan rooftop, surrounded by skyscrapers, or have something a bit more rustic or homespun in mind, Paul Evans has the perfect shoes for your boos. Their Martin wholecut oxford design is super sexy and one of the most versatile styles we’ve seen in a while. Made from the finest Italian calfskin leather, painted by hand, and blake stitched for exceptional comfort, every pair is sleek and beyond appropriate for whatever kind of wedding you’re curating. Really, your groom might have been excited about his suit or tux, but he’s going to love his shoes even more.
We’re obsessed with the Marrone (brown) ones to match I Do’s on the mountains, a chic countryside celebration, or even better, a Tuscan wine estate (we’ve been watching a lot of The Bachelor lately, and forgive us if we’re already imagining Arie wearing a pair of these on his wedding day. Yes, he should tie the knot in Tuscany, with Tia... ).
And we’re equally as elated over the Nero (black) ones that can stand up so well to the vibes of a vintage and historical clubhouse, an industrial warehouse wedding in Brooklyn, a desert chic elopement out West, or a swanky downtown Philly scene. The sophistication and sauve look of these also goes quite nicely with the art deco glam of a Gatsby-style gathering.
Either way you go, your groom will be flawless. So, start dropping some hints to your guy, or straight up tell him to take a peek at Paul Evans for himself and his entourage. The shoes don’t only work for the day-of, they’re a great gift for the groom squad, for all of their future formal fêtes.