Esquivel’s Made to Order Shoes can become yours one of two ways. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, you can stop by their show room and be sized on site. If you aren’t local, they will send you samples to try on. After you pick the materials and style, your footwear will start production – and in 6-9 weeks customized, handcrafted, leather shoes will be your new prized possession.
While we respect and appreciate wearing your new, very high end shoes with your regular streetwear like skinny jeans and premium tees, we think a higher echelon of wear is necessary. Brands like Ball and Buck, Scotch & Soda and A.P.C. offer cleanly styled pieces, with not too much accessory, perfect for pairing with premium shoes.
The Dandy, in brown premium leather, $850, are hand made in the brand's Southern California workshop.
The Upland Jacket by Ball & Buck, $548, has a nice weight, due to the waxed cotton shell. The Whale Corduroy collar stands out nicely in rich brown, on the black base.
The Zig Zag Sweat Shirt by Scotch & Soda, $125, from afar looks like a premium sweater, but it's really a 100% cotton, yarn-dyed, patterned, crewneck sweatshirt.
The brown leather Dandy feature a natural Vachetta hand burnished finishing, making for a unique final product - that varies between pairs.
The Six Point Pant by Ball and Buck, $148, has a straight leg through the hip and thigh, and are produced out of high quality twill fabric, and are made in the USA.
The Wind Sweater by A.P.C., $370, is made from an Italian wool-cashmere blend, making is super soft, and super stylish.
Another Dandy, in rich black suede, $595, have Vibram rubber outsoles for max comfort.
The Creek Jacket by A.P.C., $530, is made with Italian matt-nylon, with a water-repellant finish.
The Dandy in luxe suede come with distinct cream laces that set apart nicely from the upper fabrication, and marry nicely with the Vibram rubber outsoles.
The Wool Detailed Shirt by Scotch & Soda, $142, is a 100% cotton, slim fit, collared cotton shirt that you can nearly wear with anything.