How To Choose Men's Shoes For A Job Interview

When applying for a new gig, presentation is key! You only get one chance to make a first impression and want it to help you get that offer. During the application process, it’s important to exude confidence, knowledge, and personality. 

What you choose to wear on your feet is a good indicator of how committed you are not only to your style but also to commitment. If you trudge into an interview with muddy shoes and scuff marks, then the person interviewing will get the impression that you don’t take the job seriously. That said, be sure to take into consideration what you wear from head to toe. 

Check out our top recommendations to present you in the best light and offer you timeless wear.

Monk Strap

Show potential employers you mean business with the Larghetto Monk Strap. This modern monk strap boasts a glossy finish, a classic decorative buckle, cool perforation along the upper and hand-stitched details for a professional look. Team it with a windowpane button-up, navy tie, and slacks to look the part.


XRAY Footwear Larghetto Monk Strap

Styled by @runnineverlong

Elegant Loafer 

Command the room donning the Franklin Loafer. A textured outer, an equestrian-inspired buckle, and double-stitched parts combine perfectly and offer subtle elegance. Smarten up your look with tailored trousers and a sports jacket.  

XRAY Footwear Franklin Loafer

Styled by @ricardostyleforever

Chukka Boot
Depending on the role you’re applying for, you are able to get more creative and can ditch the traditional Oxford shoe. The Emery Chukka is for men who like to think outside of the box and add their own edge. 
XRAY Footwear Emery Chukka Boot
Styled by @wingmanmagazine

Penny Loafer

Elevate your office wear with the Garnet Loafer. Wearing an archetypal driver loafer design, these classics are updated with a burnished toe and contrast outsoles for comfort and style. 
XRAY Footwear Garnet Loafer
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