OK not just for Fall but I especially like suede when the temperature begins to dip. Whether it be a Desert or “Chukka” boot or a suede wing tip don’t be intimidated by the texture. Although you can get suede shoes in wide variety of colors they mostly come in shades of brown. A brown suede shoe is just that, a brown shoe and can be worn with anything that you would wear a brown shoe with. Suede is more casual by nature than polished leather and should not be paired with the most formal attire.
Many believe that suede will be ruined forever if it even sees a raincloud. This is a myth. While you shouldn’t wear suede in a downpour, it wont destroy them if you were to get caught in a shower. If they do get wet treat them as you would treat your other leather shoes had they gotten wet.
A vital piece of your shoe care tool box should be a suede brush and eraser bar. Once the shoes dry the brush and eraser bar can be used to remove any spots that may have been caused by water.
If your suede shoes have discoloration that the brush and eraser cannot fix, take it to the cobbler for a professional cleaning.
Investing in a pair of suede shoes will help add character and depth to your wardrobe.