The Men's Christian Louboutin Slip-ons Buying Guide
A statement style worth investing in, Christian Louboutin's edit of slip-ons will add timeless appeal to your wardrobe for now and beyond. From suede dress shoes to studded loafers, the French house hones in on its signature aesthetic with eye-catching details, handmade finishing touches and exceptional quality - perfect for all occasions and situations. You can even expect the designer’s iconic red sole, which just proves Christian Louboutin’s attention to detail is unique and one of a kind. With an impressive collection to choose from, take a look at our men’s Christian Louboutin’s slip-ons buying guide, which will help you narrow down the styles that work best for you and the size you should go for.
The Most Wanted Christian Louboutin Slip-ons
Christian Louboutin Officialito Woven Tassel Loafers
Crafted in Italy from a luxe twill and woven with a chevron pattern, Christian Louboutin’s Officialito Loafers come in a classic shape and are finished with a duo of tassels for added interest.
Christian Louboutin Greggo Leather Oxford Shoes
With the label’s signature red sole, Christian Louboutin’s Greggo Leather Oxford Shoes are carefully crafted from soft-shine leather and are presented in a classic Oxford design.
Christian Louboutin Dandelion Patent Leather Loafers
Accentuated with the brand’s iconic red sole, Christian Louboutin’s Dandelion Patent Loafers, are one of their hallmark designs. They’re finished with an almond toe, stacked heel and are accented with black cord piping.
The Christian Louboutin Sizing Guide
Unsure what size to get? The Christian Louboutin sizing guide is below. Please note a UK size 8 correlates to a US size 9 and so on. All Christian Louboutin’s slip-ons tend to fit true to size, so opt for your usual shoe size.
How To Care For Your Christian Louboutin Slip-ons
Help increase the durability and longevity of your Christian Louboutin slip-ons. Different materials may require different care.
Please note, the red lacquer of the soles will wear with ongoing use, this is not a manufacturing defect, but part of normal wear and tear. You can consult a professional leather care expert for more information, or shoemaker for specific advice.
Keep your shoes in good condition by following the below general leather care instructions:
• Always store your Christian Louboutin Slip-ons away from heat and light
• Keep the leather area clean and dry by using a soft cloth
• Your Christian Louboutin Slip-ons will come with a branded dust bag, use it to store your shoes in order to keep them protected.
• Protect your shoes from rain and moisture
• Avoid contact with abrasive surfaces
- What’s the history of the infamous Christian Louboutin red sole?
Christian Louboutin’s signature red lacquer sole was actually created by accident, rather than by a planned design. One afternoon, a prototype of a shoe inspired by Andy Warhol's 'Flowers' arrived in the hands of Louboutin, who found the shoe a little dull. Fortunately, an assistant was painting her nails red at the time of the arrival of the shoe, and Louboutin had the unique idea of using it to cover the dreary black sole; and so the iconic red sole was made.
- What materials does Christian Louboutin use to make the brand’s slip-ons?
The core materials Christian Louboutin uses to create their one of a kind pieces stem from soft-shine Italian leather, soft velvet and suede. Finishing touches are hand-crafted by expert shoe-makers from their Italian house. Explore the care instructions to see how to look after your Christian Louboutin shoes to ensure longevity
- Do Christian Louboutin slip-ons fit true to size?
Christian Louboutin shoes run true to size, but as everyone’s feet are different, sizing preference depends solely on the wearer. The most common misconception when purchasing Christian Louboutin shoes is that a larger size will increase the width of the toe box and decrease the tightness of the material; when in actuality, going up in size only affects the length. None of our shoes are pre-stretched, but the majority of materials will loosen up over time. After multiple wears, most materials will stretch and form to the shape of the wearer's foot, forming a better fit. Check out the size guide to find out more information.