Double Monk strap, They’re the dressiest of all men’s shoes. But don’t be all precious. The cool thing now is to treat monks like just another pair of kicks. Double monks traps are more advanced not for the sartorial faint of heart. Get it right, though, and you’ll turn twice the heads.
Jack Erwin is the best to go with the Double Monks strap, Three years ago, most double monks ran 500 dollars and then some. Now you don’t need much more than a C-note. And damned if you can tell the difference. Cheapest you can find, which goes for $195.00. Guys, this is the dress shoe of the season. Isn’t it time you joined the order of the monkstrap? Thing is, there are ground rules.
I take the double monks down a notch by leaving the top buckle unfasted but today I decided to leave mine on. The vibe is “I make my own rules.” Once you’ve got the hang of your new monkstraps, jump outside the box like pairing them with chino or cargo pant. I thought it would be great to combine what I do best with Jack Erwin providing the footwear, on the style end Justin Amoafo heading photography – altogether producing some cool visuals as always, it’s a pleasure working with him.
A suit is the obvious choice for a shoe so elegant. (Yeah, we just said elegant.) But it’s no longer the only way to buckle up. We live in a time where many of us feel most comfortable in the middle of a Men’s Style Venn diagram, with formal on one side, and casual on the other. I dress down slightly when dressed up, and dress up slightly when dressed down. Today decided to leave the house wearing my Monk strap, in the street of chelsea New York.
After getting my head on the Jack Erwin, Monk Strap they’re one of the most comfortable shoes I am having at the moment, but still eye-catching. Different, without getting weird. You can pick up product from the Double Monks Strap collection on their webstore going for the price of $195.00
Photo by: Justin Amoafo
Location: Chelsea, New York.
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