IN DEMAND: THE PERLINE LOAFERS
In Demand: The Perline Loafers
Fashion’s most influential trendsetters put their unique spin on our Perline chunky loafers, which are a must-have this season.
The perfect combination of style, comfort, and versatility, loafers are a popular footwear choice among fashion's most influential trendsetters this season. They include Sophia Roe, Amee Kim, and Gioia Giustino, who favour our Perline loafers due to their chic, statement-making chunky soles. Read on to find out how they and many others have styled these covetable shoes from our Fall Winter 2021 collection and be inspired by their outfits.
In classic black, our Perline chunky loafers put the perfect finishing touch on Amee Kim’s monochromatic outfit. It is a foolproof combination that will always look sleek and effortlessly chic.
Follow in Mizfreckle’s stylish footsteps and pair our Perline loafers with socks for a preppy chic look. They also provide an extra layer of warmth that will keep your feet cosy and protected during the colder months.
Elegant and versatile, dark brown is a great everyday alternative to black. As seen on Nisi, our Perline loafers in the deep neutral tone will refresh your wardrobe and complement your favourite fall pieces perfectly.
Wearing socks with your loafers is practical. It also allows you to get creative with your dressing. To create an eye-catching colour contrast, Sophia Ippoliti styles our dark green Perline loafers with classic white socks.
Xiayan Guo strikes a sartorial balance by pairing our menswear-inspired Perline loafers with a lovely sweetheart dress. The loafers feature a luxurious dark green finish and give a cool edge to her outfit.
Our dark brown Perline chunky loafers are Gioia Giustino’s personal pick because the chocolate hue is a highly sought-after shade this season. Quietly elegant, it adds a touch of sophistication to her cool and modern ensemble.
Sophia Roe celebrates the masculine charm of loafers with a stylish androgynous get-up. From oversized blazers to relaxed trousers, she pulls off the borrowed-from-the-boy aesthetic with great panache.
Maria Bernad also decks out in a boyish outfit to complement the loafer’s masculine design. She looks sharp in a white shirt, oversized blazer, and tailored trousers. The casually thrown on skinny tie adds a touch of charming insouciance to her look.