Men’s slippers have been something of a trend of late. I say something purposefully: it’s a style that appeals to a certain type of chap, one with a dandyish quality, usually one with either a matured sense of the prep style or who adds an element of the revivalist into his wardrobe. And should you know such a chap who is yet to add a pair of velvet slippers into his wardrobe, we proffer up a pair of Herring Monarch slippers as a Christmas gift suggestion.
Pictured in purple, though also available in the likes of black and navy, the Herring Monarch slippers are made in England and feature traditional quilted lining and a hand-embroided crest.
The sell for 125 pounds from Herring.