Monday, March 21, 2016

The Current Best Monk Straps On The Market

We all have our own unique preferences when it comes to shoe styles but the monk strap has been trending for a while

now and has really started to catch on with the masses. When I’m not reaching for my tassel loafers my next choice is

always monks. They add a special touch of class and detail to an outfit that most other shoes simply can’t match. I’m all

about the suede versions because they look amazing with denim but if you’re looking to wear yours with a business suit

then there are some great leather options out there as well. If you haven’t yet got a pair of monk straps in your shoe

arsenal then I’ve put together a list of some of the best ones I could find online. Happy Shopping!

Monks $200 And Under

If you’re new to monk strap world then there’s nothing wrong with testing them out with a less expensive pair. Plenty of

 high street fashion brands have been including monks in their newest collections. Check out your local Aldo or even

 DSW for some cheeper pairs with all the same details as the luxury pairs. Also try stores like Nordstrom Rack or 

T.J. Maxx to find some marked down pieces and always keep your eyes open for holidays sales.

Monks $250 And Over

If you’ve got some extra money to spend then shoes are never a bad thing to invest in. Leather footwear prices can get

ridiculously expensive but if you wear them often and take good care of them then it’s definitely worth it in the end. Try

Suitsupply for some reasonably priced, high quality options or if you’re really ballin head over to John Lobb to get the

 best of the best. Church’s and Santoni monk straps are always high up on my list of favorites.

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Justin Targia 

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