If there is one "classic" shoe that I struggle to endorse it's the spectator. I normally have no problem with two-tone gear (I can dig on saddles for real), but for whatever reason the shoes just never sat right with me. When I saw these new Peal & Co. for Brooks Brothers spectator penny loafers it finally hit me - most spectators have way too much white and way too many panels that break up the natural ebb and flow of the shoe. These new Brooks kicks for spring rebuke that very notion and stick with a relatively small amount of two-toning limited to the upper vamp and tongue. From where I'm standing cool, uppity shoes have never looked better. They're currently on sale for a hefty $598 so you might want to think about switching out those pennies for a fat stack of hundies.