A dress shoe for special occasions such as weddings or proms. Formal shoes are typically made from more delicate materials, such as patent leather, peau de soie, satin, or silk. Formal shoes often feature a plain toe for a more conservative, polished look.
Allen-Edmonds Fifth Avenue A-E Fifth Avenue
December 12, 2012
Reviewer: JC from Texas
These shoes look solidly built. They fit true to size, maybe a bit tight. I always use cedar trees on my shoes and these are not the exception. Good quality and comfort, although not as good as Crocket-Jones. All in all a good buy if you get them at a discount
Wears this shoe: Dress
Allen-Edmonds Parkway Disappointed
September 25, 2012
Reviewer: Jho Jho from Texas
This was my first pair of an Allen Edmond dress shoe and am disappointed. The toe box is very narrow which makes the shoe uncomfortable, there is no cushioning and even more disappointing is the leather creased badly after my first wear; I expect more from a top quality leather shoe.
Wears this shoe: To Work
Allen-Edmonds McTavish Super high quality leather
September 18, 2012
Reviewer: Vince from Washington DC
Like all Allen Edmonds, it takes a few wears to break in and loosen up. The leather is very heavy and durable, and looks long wearing. These can easily be worn in the office but they are special so I wear them on my own time. I like that they are a hipper take on a classic wingtip with Allen Edmond quality.
Wears this shoe: Out on the town