10 Must Have Loafers From Anthropologie

10 Must Have Loafers From Anthropologie



1. Tandel

Spanish shoemakers KMB have been honoring their raison d’etre since 1980: crafting beautiful, versatile and, above all, well-made shoes. We love the combinations of luxe suede and bold metallic on these menswear-inspired loafers.

2. Floral Smoking

Rowan Reed’s collection of smoking slippers, oxfords, skimmers and pumps is steeped in dreamy details like embossed metallics and standout prints, bringing classic silhouettes an independently chic and unabashedly creative feel. We love this menswear-inspired loafer’s femme print and luxe leather.

3. Brigid

Launched in 2001, Dolce Vita’s flirty-edgy approach to fashion and footwear is inspired by a carefree, modern muse. When you need something that’s a bit subtle, slip on these smart loafers.

4. Speckled

Specializing in flats, soft shoes and slip-ons, Italian label Anniel is inspired by the ballet tradition. We love this pair’s vintage-inspired prep with simple dresses and basics.

5. Embroidered Elephant

Developed out of an appreciation for the transformative powers of fashion and the effect that the act of dressing can have on one’s frame of mind, House of Harlow 1960 is rooted in personal expression, a love of costume and the So Cal aesthetic. We’re swooning over this vintage-inspired pair’s embroidered elephants, the perfect finish for luxuriously casual weekends.

6. Glimmer Dot

Style is not compromised for the sake of comfort when it comes to these sparkly loafers, a go-to for weekend errand-running, brunching and lounging.

7. Pezenas

These playful, femme flats are perfect for chinos or fit-and-flares.

8. Sylvia

Classic yet hip, rugged yet sophisticated, Gee Wawa shoes – from the studio of celebrated designer Jim Barnier – are innovatively designed, artisan-crafted of the finest materials, and best of all, seriously comfortable. We love a good loafer, like this printed calf-hair pair, that can be worn to work and left on all weekend long.

9. Ladd

A former gallery owner by trade, with a sculpture degree under her belt, Rachel Comey approaches her work with an artist’s eye. Her designs are always born from an unexpected point of view: clever with a nod to classic, a statement through and through. We love when a menswear-inspired silhouette gets a little edge; this one’s flash of metallic certainly fits the bill.

10. Davy

With European and Indonesian influences, Antik Batik’s romantic designs combine eye-catching prints and embellishments. These beaded loafers infuse a preppy silhouette with summery southwestern style.