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From Harris Tweed Nikes to Oxford Adidas

 - Feb 7, 2013
There's a middle ground between formal foot wear and street-savvy kicks where sneaker dress shoes fit perfectly. It's usually those occasions that are not clearly designated as formal, but also too dressy for straight up all white Air Force 1s.

Say, for instance, you're going to a semi-formal club event. On one hand you might feel overdressed if you donned a suit and shiny dress shoes. On the other, you don't want to appear as if all you have in your closet is t-shirts, jeans and Jordans. So instead, you find a middle ground and put on a pair of these sneaker dress shoes.

For a classic gentlemen's sneaker, go with the Nike Harris Tweed collaboration. Based on a classic Nike hightop silhouette, these sneaker dress shoes feature a soft bronze toe section that will appear formal peaking out from under your pants.