Now that you've got your heads, tops and bottoms all ready for that summer-to-fall flip-flopping weather, let's not forget your feet.
Heavier weather calls for heavier soles, so adapt your footwear
accordingly. It's not like we gay men ever need a reason or a season
to break out our most fabulous boots, but by the time fall rolls
around, they should definitely be ready to make their debut. Beyond the boot, a
classic cap-toe lace-up is as transitional a shoe as they come, with a
dark brown being your go-to shade. We love the K.P. McNeil pictured
here because it's a nice marriage of the two -- boot and cap toe -- and will
work with multiple outfits. For tennis shoes, every label from Yves
Saint Laurent to Converse has their own version of a canvas sneaker,
and they're as stylish as they are durable. But if you want something
a bit flashier -- and we know you do -- go for colored suede.