Sunday, 4 June 2017

What I Wore Today - Styling shoes by The Cano Shoe

Craig of That Dapper Chap shares what he wore today in a post where he styles the Benito sandals by The Cano Shoe and offers readers a 15% discount


It's the time of year when the boots get put to the back of the cupboard and we pull out footwear more suited to warmer weather. The Cano Shoe offers a really nice range of fine quality shoes, each pair hand woven by Mexican artisans dedicated to keeping the ancient tradition alive.


Offering a selection of both men's and women's shoes, the gents collection consists of three styles: Pancho Villa, Benito and Zapata. All three styles are available in different colours from black to red, like the Benito sandals that I am styling today.


Three styles of hand woven shoes from Tha Cano Shoe: Zapata in black, Pancho Villa in brown , Benito in blue and  Zapata in grey

For this sponsored post I wanted the colour of the shoes to be the main focus, so chose a shirt with a similar coloured pattern. The pattern on the shirt is also reminiscent of the woven lines within the shoes. 


With jeans to keep the looks relaxed, I accessorised with colour matching bracelets and watch strap to carry the story forward, and added briefcase to sharpen the look. It also sits well within the colour palate.








 
If you're looking for a new pair of summer shoes, look no further and see what The Cano Shoe can bring to your wardrobe. I can testify that these shoes are incredibly comfortable. I wore them all day, without socks and this was perfectly fine. No blisters, no pinching or rubbing. Just what you need from a summer shoe.


Get a 15% discount on your Cano Shoes

To get a 15% discount on your own pair of Cano shoes, just check out as usual and add code DAPPERCHAP15 in the 'Add a coupon code' section. Easy!

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