Worn correctly, tassel loafers represent gentlemanly sophistication. Rising to prominence among lawyers and businessmen in the 1950’s, tassel loafers have increased in popularity with one variation or another visible in most shoe shops. To help you see the wood for the trees, we’ve listed our six favourite tassel loafers, to ensure you exude class when your shoe hits the ground.


With handmade tassel detail and Goodyear welted soles, Church’s Keats will add a touch of class to your suit during the working week.

Available in black and burgundy.

Keats from Church's

Perfect for occasions when, “smart casual” is on the invite, the Brighton loafer with its goodyear welted soles, will have you glancing at your feet in delight.

Available in oxblood and black.

Oxblood Brighton by Loake

For something a little bit different, try these silk-linen canvas lined loafers from sartorial specialists, Suit Supply.

Also available in Blue.

Brown Loafer by Suit Supply

Warmer climes call for suede and the Herring Matisse suits refined casual dressing. Handmade by Cheaney of Northamptonshire for Herring Shoes, the navy suede design fits perfectly with chinos and an oxford shirt.

Also available in black calf and brown dark leaf burnished calf.

Herring Matisse

With its distinctive broguing, these Zara loafers will complement a pair of blue or black jeans well.


A sleek look and flawless polished finish make the Truro the epitome of class. Sewn by hand in the John Lobb Northampton workshop.

Truro Leather Tassel Loafers