Footwear for formal occasions. Dress shoes are usually made of more delicate materials such as suede, silk, satin, patent leather, or peau de soie. Dress shoes often feature eye-catching designs, richer colors, and decorative ornamentation. Examples are business shoes, evening shoes, bridal shoes, and prom shoes.
Florsheim Riva One of the most comfortable shoes ever.
April 01, 2013
Reviewer: Kevin from Colorado Springs, CO
My last pair of Florsheim's (same style) lasted 2 1/2 years (worn 3-4 times/week all day at work) which was phenomenal considering the amount of walking, stairs, etc. encountered throughout a workday. They are by far the most comfortable business-casual / business shoes I've ever owned. When the last pair began showing signs of wear, it was a no-brainer to get another pair of the same.
Wears this shoe: At work 2-3 times/week.
Florsheim Cromwell Exactly What I Wanted
July 27, 2012
Reviewer: R. H. Olin from Whitehall Twp., PA
Each shoe is packed in its own individual cloth sack for extra protection in traveling. The leather soles are slippery but this should not be considered a negative; if need be you can scuff them on pavement before putting them on to reduce the chance of a slip. Although I have not worn them extensively I am completely satisfied with the quality and appearance of this shoe. I should not fail to mention that, as a dress shoe, they are very comfortable even during the break-in period.
Wears this shoe: Mostly with a jacket and tie or suit