Adolfo Paul-2 Casual Dress Loafers
These slip-on loafers, partially crafted from genuine leather, fit in well in many dressy-casual settings.
- Slip-on casual dress loafers
- Faux-leather upper
- Genuine leather lining and sock
- Cushioned insole
- Semi-flexible, slip-resistant rubber outsole
- Fits true to size
Known to the world simply as Adolfo, fashion designer Adolfo Sardina cut his chops as an apprentice to the legendary Balenciaga before branching out on his own. He chose not to follow closely in the footsteps of the courterier, who tended to create unique, extravagant pieces. “A person can look put together without appearing too rigid or extravagant,” Adolfo once said, adding, “We must all maintain the freedom to show off individuality.” In his pursuit of wearable yet distinctive clothing and accessories, Sardina racked up two Coty Awards and a third nomination as he grew his business from hats to men’s and women’s ready-to-wear apparel. Today, the company emphasizes classic styling and Sardina’s same wearable design aesthetic, creating timeless looks for men and women.
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