Wedding Day Style for Him: Loafers & Laces

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It’s not easy finding high-quality men’s wear.  Cheap chains fill the Baltimore landscape, carrying goods with inferior qualities like glued seams, poor design, and stitching that could have been done by a six-year old.  There are times when a man needs to step-it-up and look his very best, when downmarket alternatives will not do. He needs craftsmanship. He needs quality. He needs selection.  Enter Loafers & Laces, the Harbor East high-end men’s store with clothing, shoes and accessories for your special occasion, a store that smells like top grain leather and cedar, and makes you feel like sitting down with a lacrosse stick in one hand and a glass of Glenlivet in another.

Loafers and Laces is a one-stop-shop for any groom.  From custom-made Peter Mallard suits, formal shoes and accessories, to gifts for the groomsmen, the shop has it all for the husband-to-be.


Bow ties by Collard Greens, a line of ties made with organic, premium quality silk, are not only gorgeous and distinct, but also Made in America!  An extra special incentive:  Outfit the groomsmen for the wedding and the  groom’s tie is free.


Added bonus:  Collared Greens contributes one percent proceeds of its earnings go to Save the Planet Fund.


Forman wing tips hand crafted with top grain leather.  Lace-ups in a variety of styles.


If you’re keeping it local, you’ll want to include a set of  silver-plated Natty Boh cuff links.  Available in a variety of colors, these offer a quirky accent to a sharp dressed groom, not to mention great gifts for the wedding party.



Formal, custom-fitted, French-cuffed shirts with hand-stitched collars add those special details that take an outfit from every day to wedding day.


Sophisticated silk neckwear from Peter Mallard, Parklane and Collared Greens completes the look of a well-fitted suit.  The perfect platform to express a man’s personality.


Loafers and Laces has teamed up with Jack Christopher Jewelry  to custom monogram clips, blazer buttons, cuff links, wine stoppers, and more for a memorable one-of-a-kind gift.


Complete line of men’s grooming products and shaving accessories.



Mulholland leather & waxed cotton dopp kits make a perfection addition to the honeymoon getaway bag.


Martin Dingman weekender plaid bag adds style.


Wolverine weekender bag made of waxed cotton for the rugged look.


Everything you need to maintain the supple leather.


Mulholland Bros briefcases in a variety of colors and styles.


Red Wing boots, hand-crafted of top grain leather, and made in America.


Wolverine books- made in USA are great for a casual look or a weekend project.


OluKai leather flip flops cradle the foot for a casual look with a custom fit.  Perfect for an island honeymoon.


Each item in the store is hand selected, with the highest standard of quality, craftsmanship, and attention to detail.


Eastland shoes, offering the finest workmanship from quality leathers. Made in Maine for over 55 years.


Shoes by Alden of New England, which are all hand made right here in the United States.


Mulholland Bros’s Heritage backpack, destined to be an heirloom, it’s both functional and rugged.


While the name says it all, Loafers and Laces also carries a beautiful line of socks from Byford of London. Made of cotton, merino wool and cashmere, they provide a snazzy, comfortable finish to a sharp dressed man.20130823_115246

As if you needed another reason to patron Loafers & Laces, consider their deep commitment to helping others. The owners donate $10.00 from every pair of men’s shoes sold to World Relief. World Relief is a non-profit organization that provides humanitarian aid, disaster and emergency relief, rescues victims of human trafficking, and is involved in community and economic development around the world.


612 South Exeter Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202 | 11a-8p Mon-Sat, Noon-6p Sun | (410) 244-5344

Chris Frederick

Account Manager at Baltimore Fishbowl
Chris is the Account Manager for Baltimore Fishbowl.With 30+ years of experience in media, a background in journalism and a career in advertising and marketing, Chris has spent the past 5+ years dedicated to Baltimore Fishbowl, helping local businesses reach Baltimore Fishbowl viewers, with a little writing sprinkled in here and there.
Chris Frederick

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