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No, they're casual shoes. If you've got a very good eye you can get away with it, but obviously if you had a very good eye you wouldn't be asking for fashion advice on an imageboard.
Oxfords or brogues, black with a dark suit, brown with a pale suit. Polish with Kiwi, two brushes (one for putting polish on, the other for buffing it up) and buff to a high shine with a damp Selvyt cloth. If you're gauche enough to wear a belt, always match it to your shoes. Same goes for your watch strap, which should always be leather.
Brown brogues are the most versatile shoe, suitable for everything from a beach picnic to a business meeting and matching anything from pale beige chinos to navy blue flannel. They're only really inappropriate for the most formal of contexts and the darkest of suiting, e.g. black tie or a charcoal pinstriped suit.