Men's dress canes are widely used from the earliest of times for different occasions to show a social status and to accent a styling wardrobe.
Men's dress canes
A cane is a rod fabricated from wood, metal, plastic, or glass, used by individuals as walking aids, ceremonial or professional batons, or fashionable accessories. Some historians and collectors distinguish canes from walking sticks by materials, with the former constructed from bamboo and reed plants, and the latter from wood, ivory, or bone. Others distinguish on the basis of geographic linguistics-a cane in America is a walking stick in Europe.
Walking canes have been used from the earliest of times, by people of many civilizations not just as a walking aid but also as an ornamental accessory to flaunt one's social status and accent styling wardrobe. Just like every individual has a different sense of style, each walking cane carries its unique charm and grace. As one walking stick may look great in one setting, it might not look that eloquent on another occasion.
In addition to symbolic ceremonial usage, canes and walking sticks were also indispensable fashion accessories for men and women between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries, used to display a sense of gentility and social propriety. During this period, canes could be distinguished by day and evening use, and it was assumed that an individual of good social standing would have a cane for every occasion, much in the way that women had an array of daily toilettes. Day canes were wide-ranging in their styles, and rare and expensive materials, ornamentation, and intricate decoration helped to express wealth and taste to others. While men's sticks were stately, women's sticks were often delicately accentuated with ribbons or gilding. Evening sticks were more homogeneous in style. Traditional evening canes were usually made from ebony and were narrower and sometimes shorter than day sticks. Silver knobs or gold bands decorated ferrules and handles. These types of canes are those of popular imagination, featuring heavily into early twentieth-century Hollywood films.
A dress walking stick can be a stylish regular addition to part of your outfit if you use a walking stick on a daily basis. They can certainly reflect your personality more than a traditional cane. We have a range of attractive wooden, bone, epoxy resin and metal walking sticks in timeless designs, with comfortable handles to help you feel like yourself without sacrificing support. Our dress walking sticks can make you look the part for any occasion.
If you have been looking for an elegant cane to spruce up your classy attire for a formal gathering, the fritz handle cane, carved black cane, or snakeskin handle cane would be an ideal choice. These cane would look like a distinguished accessory, enhancing your overall appeal for a wide scope of formal events, including wedding receptions or society balls.
Rustic walking sticks
Although a little vintage in design, the canes with a hint of classical touch look remarkably distinctive. The lion's roar walking cane, peacemaker walking cane, staghorn crown walker are few of the options in the niche that carries along with a rustic vibe, adding a balance of elegance to your overall appeal.
If your most of the time goes into traveling around, exploring new places and cultures, you can choose from a range of contemporary canes which are light-in-weight and often comes in a foldable design to easily fit in your suitcases or backpacks.