Personally, I think green is a bright color so anything that doesn't add to the attention they attract would be good—to me. I'd go with the 104 (pictured above), it's classic and clean. The style and color will already be loud, so no need to worry if that's your thing. I think it's a great design and I've always wanted it but shied away because they are "too similar" to my 105s. One day I'll wise up and pull the trigger.
Agree with this completely.I think my wear comes from mileage. Every time I wear a pair for work I put on a good 5-6 miles (at least half to three-quarters of which is outdoors) and a lot of the downtown area here is brick and other uneven surfaces so the toe catches something with frequency.
I'm sad to learn that I have to fly out the same morning as this visit. I was hoping to get measured and get my first taste of Formosa. I hope you all get enough activity to justify coming back!Second on the Bamacaan Trying to decide if I should get an overcoat MTM or wait to see what drops!
@TtownMD you really went for it! Is that a pair of navy 108s in your first order? Impressive. In all honesty I wanted to do the same but was talked into purchasing more staples first. I'm still plotting my 108 order. Is that midnight or regular navy blue?Your loafer also looks excellent. I've been wearing my suede (BCK) loafers (with metal toe plates) fairly heavily over the last 3 months. Not much stretching but I share your fear of loose loafers.I've been fitted by a...
I'll be commissioning my first pair from a trunk show on this visit. I'm fairly excited about it but after previously commissioning a personal last and owning several pairs, it may just end up being an exchange of banter.Does anyone have any guidance on things to consider when ordering bal boots?