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On Men's Style: Burnetie Footwear

My husband is the cutest. Ok ok ok, hopefully EVERYONE would say that about their husband, but I really do love mine. He's not the biggest fan of shopping and fashion, but he is open-minded enough to occasionally allow me to go shopping for him, dress him up like my own Ken doll, and even push the limits once in a blue moon, with skinny jeans and hipster boots. And it all looks so good on his many physique, so I can't help be continue to work my fashionista magic on him!

When it comes to shoes, the hubs knows what he likes. He likes comfort and versatility: kicks he can wear to work and to play. His latest love are these 'Mark' boat-style canvas men's shoes from Burnetie. They go with his blue jeans, grey jeans, and even stylish shorts for summertime.

Love, love, love! Oh, and he wants me to tell you all that these shoes make him feel extra manly--so manly he automatically gravitates toward manly tools like an axe. Oh yeah.

So what does your manly-man sport on his feet these days as his go-to shoes?

Shop more men's styles from Burnetie online at

holly in heels
(no axe necessary)


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