To Boot New York 'Medford' Double Monk Strap Slip-On
(Note: my forefoot is slightly wider than average, and my heel, slightly narrower; the height of my instep is lower than average.)
This shoe is beautiful--the photo on this page is awful, with a plain brown shoe and a black toe. In person (and other photos on the internet), you see that it has a rich sheen with slight variations in the brown, and the toe is much more subtle than depicted. The fit is much more comfortable than most other shoes on my little toe (which is usually quite smashed by shoes). There is some looseness near the top buckle, as I couldn't get it snugged up tight enough to hold my foot completely in place. However, it is still a more secure feel than loafers, so it is okay.
When I first put the shoe on, my foot slid around in it quite a lot, which I feared meant that it did not fit. After buying them anyway and wearing the painted sole down to leather, my feet stopped moving around.
The hardware is dark, not silvery, brassy, or gold-colored. If you are concerned about matching the hardware with your watch or wedding ring (which, I am told, is unnecessary to worry about, but nevertheless), it is understated enough to easily go with silver or gold.
I would not recommend this as your sole dress shoe. It is, however, nice enough to be worn in an office environment without being too trendy. The details are understated (no brogueing), the leather is beautiful, and so it is in keeping with the traditional place of monk straps as more formal than derbys and less formal than oxfords.