Prince Albert Slipper | Assemblage
Historically Prince Albert Slippers were made with velvet uppers with quilted silk linings and worn by English nobility as house shoes reserved for formal affairs had on their estate. Typically worn during lavish events with elegant attire like the tuxedo, over the years the Prince Albert Slipper has found its way into more casual habitats.
While black is the classic coloration (matching black-tie garments), today’s Alberts come in a variety of options to match a man’s less stately apparel. And while I wouldn’t necessarily wear them with everyday casual wear, these updated slippers (with soles that can be worn outside one’s home) can be paired with plenty from a man’s wardrobe. Take a look at the range of options available in the Prince Albert.