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Great thread. Here's my list: 1) Black captoe oxford: 2) Snuff suede captoe: 3) Oxblood derbies/tan split toe derbies: 4) Dark brown wingtip oxfords: 5) Suede/burgundy loafers:
I have that same pocket square and similarly wear it with a tan jacket all the time. It's such a nice square and surprisingly versatile.
Great looking shoes!I'm guessing these are in snuff suede? They are quite light. Do you find they pair well with your dark grey trousers? I thought they might 'stand out' a bit much with a relatively sombre trouser such as those?
I was probably casting a shadow over them in the second photo. The first pic is a better colour representation.I responded to your PM too.
I was probably casting a shadow over them in the second photo. The first picture is the best representation of the colour in my opinion.
Just a heads up: I'm selling my dark brown suede chukka boots from Meermin. http://www.styleforum.net/t/333724/meermin-brown-suede-chukkas-7-uk I've only worn them twice but it's just too hot here in Brisbane for them. They're a size 7 UK. Send me a PM if you're interested.
I have some brand new Meermin dark brown suede chukka boots for sale. I bought them about 4 months ago and have only worn them twice. They're not getting enough use so I've decided to pass them on. They're a size 7 UK. These go for ~ $230 AUD shipped new. Looking to get $160 + shipping. Pm me with any questions. Cheers.
You missed the comma after 'correct.' However, I took the liberty of correcting your glaring error.
It was bought as a Christmas present and the recipient didn't want it. Unfortunately, the time to return it had already elapsed.
I agree.I've noticed this style, not just with double-breasted jackets, but with many of the single breasted jackets too. Far too much waist suppression and generally too tight.It's not a good look.
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