n. leather with a soft napped surface; Swedish glove leather; undressed kid
If you wear them with an odd jacket, dark brown shoes, preferably suede shoes in brown, you can look ok.
Sentence in Classic:
So, straightening themselves for the last time, each grasping, it might be a hat, or a stick or a pair of suede gloves, for the last time they applauded Budge and Queen Bess; the trees; the white road; Bolney Minster; and the Folly.
Between the Acts (1941) By Virginia Woolf Context
When he rose, he kissed both her hands, then both her feet, in their suede slippers, and in silence went away to the end of the room, where he stood with his back to her.
Lady Chatterley's Lover By D H Lawrence Context