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The Executive Selection: Barrett Stylish and comfortable, these loafers will fit into anybody's wardrobe.

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Seamless is the theme for Barrett's Spring/Summer 2019 Capsule collection, with its loafer line having been designed without seams. There's quite a few you can choose from in this collection, but the one that caught our eyes were the calfskin loafers with engraving and contrasting, borer detailing.

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With softness and comfortability at its core, it's safe to say that there is hardly any outfit that couldn't be improved with these new loafers from Barrett.

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