There is so much to say about shoes in Vietnam. Usually people have sandals or flip flops. That's ok, as long as you wear them WITHOUT socks. Only German tourists do. Then you have men with proper shoes, but for any reason the step on the heel part. That actually destroys the shoe. Women do that way more often. No idea why. And then it comes to socks. It's a crime against any fashion rule to wear white socks with any kind of business shoes. White socks are for sport. Unfortunately here in Vietnam either everything is sport or the message hasn't yet arrived. (When I was in Indonesia these days I got a complete different experience: blue socks for blue shoos, brown to brown, black to black).
There is a say that you can see style best in the shoes. You can wear a white T-shirt and blue jeans, the style comes with a high quality shoe.
Former Journalist, freelance writer, still Podcaster and Blogger, dog owner and lover and houseman living in Siem Reap/Cambodia. I love cooking (since I have to do it every day), biking and film making.