A classic is a classic for a reason. In the instance of the loafer, the Penny will always reign, and G.H Bass is long the keeper of our hearts. With the loafers being very much back, we can't resist the many iterations our favourite brands are turning out, so let the loafer reign again, and see below our favourites for the season.
Tod's Spiga Leather Loafers
For the classic lover, what could be more classic than a patent Penny style? Pair with white socks and fulfil your loafer fantasy.
For the brand inclined. This spin-off of a classic features some heavyweight patent leather and is distinguished by the Prada metal triangle logo.
For those looking to make a statement on a budget. This option is versatile, modern and won't have any problems catching eyes. Featuring a heavily squared toe and foldable-heel for versatility and comfort.
For those dreaming of the past. Channel your inner Caroline Besset-Kennedy with this elevated option. Crossed between a ballet shoe and a loafer, this Khaite iteration is for those who want to walk with quiet confidence.
For those living in the moment. A fun, modern update on a classic. Featuring two-toned leather and suede with a thick, constrast top stitch and JW Anderson charm, you certainly won't be at risk of running into many with the same.
For those who, mentally, live on an estate in Oxfordshire. An opulent classic if we've ever seen one, and as enduring as they come.
For those looking to do the most, the best. This far from traditional iteration is like four shoes in one, with detachable ankle accessories for the most or the least excess, this versatile shoe will last a lifetime with the boundless options it provides.
For the romantics. The piece de resistance of classics. Need we say more?