Red shoe outfits for men. When it comes to men’s wardrobe, we think of some particular colors and styles. When we think to override these conventional style statements and choose some peculiar stuff for our use, we undoubtedly enter into a controversial hype.
The same is the case when we choose a color for our shoes. As a schoolboy, of course, you can choose any color for your shoes, but when it comes to middle-aged men, you definitely pause and think before buying a new red pair of shoes that looks quite attractive, appealing, and promising in a glass rack. However, the red shoe fever has been all the rage lately, and watching every other celebrity wear red shoes with their outfits makes you want to try them out too. All the big shoe brands like Nike, Reebok, Gucci are designing red shoe lines for men, and it is very enticing to see the brilliantly colored shoes lined up, waiting to be picked up.
However, most people will shy away from wearing them just because of “RED” being considered unconventional for men. Let me assure you; this has been the perception in the past. Now every man can try out the red shoe outfit look as he deems comfortable. Do not worry about how it will look because we’re here to help you avoid any fashion disaster. Although we do agree, it is not easy to choose what one should wear with red shoes.
How to Wear Red Shoes Stylishly for Men
Here are some very cool and trendy ideas about how you can wear red shoes in different ways. Enhance these ideas with your own personal style and taste, and you are ready to take on the world with your fiery red shoes.
Tips on What To Wear With Red Shoes:
- The shoes greatly amplify or enhance your overall outlook.
- To choose the right color for your outfit, it is better to go for light colors.
- Monochrome colors for your outfit like beige, black, white, and gray will work well.
- You can also go for contrast, such as navy or light blue. Don’t try to wear a red shirt matching your red shoes because it will look too loud and funky.
- I think a baggy jacket or cardigan in winter will look best, especially in a grey color. And yes, if you are from warmer regions, you must choose a darker shade of red because it will give a cool effect to your personality. But in more cold regions, a bright red will enhance your personality’s mildness instead of inciting passion and restlessness.
↓ 33. For Travels and Roadtrips
If you are going to a place with steep trails and rocky roads like mountains, red sneakers are the shoes for you. They are designed for adventures like hiking and nature-tripping. Pair them up with clothes that will make you comfortable, allowing you to move freely and enjoy your trip.
↓ 32. Red and Black Combo
These Spiderman-themed shoes are perfect for MARVEL fans out there! Red and black really is a perfect match! Try to stick with the same color choice as the shoes to have a uniform look for your outfit.
↓ 31. Red with a Touch of White
Nothing looks more satisfying than outfits complementing each other. To make an amazing color combination of your style, wear a red suit and make it less formal. Do not wear a dress shirt, just a plain tank top or T-shirt. They would match with your red shoes with a touch of white in them. No need for a tie as well. This is suitable for semi-formal and corporate occasions.
↓ 30. Street Style
Look cool and feel good with this outfit – a black shirt paired up with chinos. Roll up the sleeves, and show off your ankles to look even hotter and sexier and then accessorize with the perfect sunglasses you got.
↓ 29. Very Casual
No need for too much sophistication – any outfit goes well with red shoes. Let’s be casual and if you’re just out for a walk around the block for some sight-seeing, wear whatever available clothes you have in your closet.
↓ 28. With Denim
A plain T-shirt and a denim jacket on top look perfect with denim jeans and red shoes. Try this style, and you’ll see for yourself. If your red shoes have a touch of any color, a tip for you is to match that color with the undershirt.
↓ 27. What Socks to Wear
Regardless of what style you’re trying to pull off today or what event you’re attending, you can always try to experiment with your choice of socks. Time to show off your fancy fashion socks, don’t be shy! But if you prefer going sockless, you can find some good tips from our earlier post on Sockless Guide for Men.
↓ 26. With a Red Flannel
If you are layering your outfit, wear a red undershirt like this one – a checkered black and white shirt. Not only does it look iconic, but it also complements the shoes.
↓ 25. Daily Wear
No need to spend much time thinking about what to wear with red shoes when you’re just going out to run errands. You can wear a T-shirt with jeans, and they will look just fine.
↓ 24. With a Crewneck Jumper
Time for some layering work! Wear a jumper with a shirt and try to make a nice color combo. In this case, blue and brown are perfect for each other. This style is best for school days and hangouts with friends.
↓ 23. With a Buttoned-down Shirt
Add the red sneakers to your business or smart-casual collection. They look good with a classic shirt. Tuck it in your chinos or pants. Wearing socks is optional. You can use this outfit inspiration for a meeting.
↓ 22. With Shorts
Shorts are best for summer. Just wear them with red rubber shoes and a basic tee, and voila!
↓ 21. With a Leather Jacket
Try the biker-gangster style by wearing a dapper leather jacket paired up with jeans. Any undershirt would look good with this outfit, but striped T-shirts are highly recommended. Here are some more awesome Leather Jacket Outfits for you.
↓ 20. Winter Style
Red shoes blend well with a bomber jacket of any color and add up a beanie for a winter fashion statement.
↓ 19. Best for Teens
Red shoes are a nice option for teens fashion – since they look cool and mature at the same time. You can easily wear them with your blue jeans and hoodies as a casual outfit.
↓ 18 – The Basic Casual Outfit With Red Shoes
It is amazing how red shoes can change your outlook and appearance. A basic t-shirt and jeans become are a huge style statement when you pair it up with red shoes. Wear casual red sneakers or slip-on, and suddenly, from very casual, you jump to a semi-formal look. Also, have a look at these Essential Men’s Fashion Pieces for Both Business and Casual Wear
↓ 17 – Ready For A Sporty Gym Session With Red Shoes
If you are a gym buff, then you can easily pull off red sports shoes and sneakers with any of your gyming attire. Cool gym shorts and a gym sleeveless t-shirt will look great on you with a pair of red shoes. You can also consider taking a red gym bag or wear a red shirt to make yourself the center of attention at the gym. Just do not overdo it with red because too much red can easily become an eyesore.
↓ 16 – The Swag Guy Look With Red Shoes
When you think about trying out the bad guy look, the only thing that comes to mind is black, metallic, Gothic, or leather. One might think that red shoes would never go with the bad guy outlook. That is a wrong perception. In fact, red shoes will get great with punk style, bad boy look. Ripped jeans, leather jacket, chains, and metallic rings, and red shoes to complement it all. A great combination. Pair this look with one of these 21 Most Popular Swag Hairstyles for Men to Try this Season
↓ 15 – How to Wear red Boots for Formal Events
Ankle boots in red are definitely a fashion statement. In fact, if this is not a fashion statement, then I do not know what is. Pair up the red boots with a casual or formal outfit, and you are fit for going clubbing and partying or for a boys’ night out. You can even try a red leather jacket if you are in a serious partying mood.
↓ 14 – How to Wear Red Shoes for Men Over 60
Recently the superstar Harrison Ford, a veteran actor of 74+ years, broke the cliche that red shoes are good for young men only. He totally rocked the red shoe outfit and paved the way for other men to enjoy the luxury of wearing red shoes at any age. You should also check out these 17 Smart Outfits for Men Over 50.
As you can see here, no matter your age, the right pair of red shoes with the right outfit will make you look like a rock-star.
↓ 13 – What to Wear with Red Shoes for Work
A great way to enhance the red shoes and make them your stand out fashion statement is to wear them with a pair of white pants or white denim. You can also try the all-white look with red shoes, but that is playing too safe. Try them with bright tops, white pants, and then add red shoes as the cherry on top.
↓ 12 – Glam Up Beach Outfit With Red Flip Flops
So red is the new color and not just in shoes. You can glam up your beach outfit with cool and flaming red flip flops. You can also wear colorful t-shirts with monochrome shorts and pair with red flip flops. Here are some more ideas on What Men Should Wear at the Beach.
↓ 11 – Celebrities Wearing All Red Sneakers
NBA players have known for their athletic skills and a great sense of style such that many of the basketball players are also fashion icons. Red shoes are their favorite, and often you can see them wearing red shoes everywhere. Not only red sneakers but they are wearing red shoes for formal occasions also.
↓ 10 – Red Accessories With Red Shoes
Red accessories go well with red shoes. Again emphasizing not to overdo with red. When you are wearing red shoes with red accessories, everything else in your outfit must be monochrome. We have a red jacket, red belt and red shoes with all black and it all blends perfectly. Have a look at these Trendy Men’s Clothing Trends and Fashion Accessories.
↓ 9 – More Celeb Style Inspiration
The casual outfit with a dull red blazer can also go well with red shoes.
↓ 8 – Winter Look With Red Long Boots
Spice up your dull winter wardrobe with High Heel Red Boots. This style is best for the rainy days.
↓ 7 – Red Shoes With Heels
Okay, you might cringe, but celebs seem to like it. Men are wearing formal red shoes with a bit of heel. Check out these dapper dudes wearing red heels and giving us some serious goals. They make us wonder why men don’t wear heels more often! Who would have thought that men can rock styles with heels, too? I know it looks cliche and weird, but this is fashion, even if it’s not everyone’s cup of tea.
And last but not least, we have Victor Blanco, the celebrity stylist and fashion expert from Madrid, Spain, who loves wearing heels. Check out these crazily hot looks of him:
↓ 6 – To The Office In Red Shoes
Here is a good way you can pair up your favorite red shoes with a formal office outfit. Here no one can accuse you of taking your work casually. It is a no-nonsense, ready for a work outfit. Here are some more Men’s Summer Office wear outfits.
↓ 5 – Red Loafers To Go With The Casual Look
This can be your workday outfit. There are red sneakers and red shoes. However, the red canvas or red loafers are the best and most comfortable of all the shoes. If you have a pair of loafers, then don’t miss out on these awesome Ideas on How To Wear Loafers.
↓ 4 – The Rough Look With Red Shoes
Here is a red shoe look that blends perfectly. Here the dressing is pretty rough with a vest and crumpled khakis, but the red shoes make it all give an overall classy look.
↓ 3 – All Black With Red Shoes
This safe combination is one that is the most popular with everyone these days. If you want to have the hippest look with red shoes, try out this combination. Here are some of our favorite All Black Outfits for guys.
↓ 2 – Wearing A Formal Top Hat With Red Shoes
So the top and bottom both complement each other here.
↓ 1 – Leather Pants With Red Shoes
Leather always adds up to the elegance and hotness that red shoes give you.
John Vincent studied Communication Arts in the Philippines.
He is a fan of superheroes; that’s why he loves the American series Smallville. He spends his spare time watching Arrowverse TV shows and MCU movies.
He pays attention to all things aesthetic. He’s a book-lover as well. And ever since, writing has been his best companion to express his feelings and thoughts.
He believes that fashion is one of the most creative ways of self-expression. He gets most of his style inspiration from Instagram models and screen personalities like Jordan Elsass, Noah Schnapp, and Johnny Orlando.