Full Brogue & Moccasin
The term brogue comes from the Irish word bróg and describes the decorative perforations on the surface of the shoe.
There are different types of brogue. The more broguing on a shoe, the less formal it is. This is the case with the full brogue, also known as wingtip, while with the semi brogue, the pattern is present only on the toe.
The new moccasins boast austere lines, decorative details and a certain retro style.