It's really sad to come across a well dressed man wearing a great outfit with a poor pair of shoes. We understand the idea of "to each his own" but when it comes to men-styling and especially about the shoes, we are damn serious to point out the errs or applaud the right efforts.

Today, we will be looking at one such name in the footwear industry in India - METRO SHOES. They are the pioneer in the footwear segment catering to all the genders and class of the society. Having an array of styles to pick from, the brand ensures that you get the right ones for the right occasions. Festive season is round the corner and the stores have not only pumped up their collection with versatility but have also brought in some major discounts to lower the dent in your wallet.

It is the festive time of the year, and the families would have either planned a nice destination getaway or would have glammed up their homes to host the relatives. In either case you got to pick the right ones for each event.

For the getaways, we would suggest you to go as casual and experimental as possible. Add styles and color to the ensemble. We would not be wrong if we say that loafers would be your best pick for the trip. It is smart, casual and comfortable enough. Below are few styles you can pick from the store or online considering your budget and personal style. 

STYLE TIP: Loafers go best with cotton shorts and chinos teamed up with a smart polo t-shirt.

And hey, if you are to have a home-bound festive days, inviting and visiting your loved ones, have got some great pair of outfits stitched then in that case be a little picky on class. A smart pair of formal shoes for those formal wears. If you're someone who likes to stay subtle yet classy, we suggest you pick a pair of brogues or oxfords style shoes. But if you're the one who likes experimenting - we suggest double monk straps as your first choice. 

STYLE TIP: These days, one can flaunt a nice traditional Indian outfit with a great pair of formal shoes. Gone are the days for chappals or sandals or mojris.

Get yourself a nicely stitched beige silk kurta - churidar and club it with a tan brown brogues shoes.