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 It's hard for there to be zero heel slippage. There's always going to be slight friction. Unless you go bespoke. Unless you get giant blisters, I'd just suck it up and enjoy the imperfections of life.
 No one has a single idea as to what you are trying to get rid of. Sadly, we don't follow your purchases everyday. Perhaps ask your mate StreetMinimal as to how best to sell shoes? He sold 2 pairs of AEs to.....Halifax?
This guy posts in the Epaulet thread all the time. I'm not advocating this rig, but he is wearing a pink shirt with a very light suit.   http://www.styleforum.net/t/111211/epaulet-shop-official-affiliate-thread/23895#post_6634386
 It might, I was thinking something along these lines: https://www.google.com.au/search?q=pink+shirt+grey+suit&rlz=1C1EODB_en-GBAU534AU534&es_sm=93&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=r8VMUv3kB-HYigfEw4EQ&ved=0CCwQsAQ&biw=1920&bih=979&dpr=1#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=ZYLIUmnMYlqnRM%3A%3BOHW2jeT-vAnXDM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.montagio.com.au%252Fdisplay.php%253Fo%253D1747%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.montagio.com.au%252Fcms%252Fari_gold_suit%3B349%3B466
 Yes, I kind of agree. It is a 'youthful' look. It's like men's fragrances. People often associate the sweeter notes with femininity. Yet, on the right person the smell can be excellent, as with a pink shirt and light grey suit. So for those people that don't have overly masculine features, or are quite youthful in their aesthetic, pink and grey and sweeter colognes can really work well. But if you're quite masculine in presence (beard, broad shouldered etc.) then dressing...
 I would have thought a pink shirt and light grey suit would look excellent?
   Nup, totally with Jason on this one. Pink looks great on grey/black suits.
In my, humble, opinion if you're going to work in the 'CBD' area of the ' Sydney CBD' the only sane way to get to work is to catch the ferry. So live in a suburb where you have a 2 minute walk to the ferry, and you'll literally save yourself developing numerous wrinkles over your working career.
 Sydney really needs to go up, not out. Australians have this fear of high rise apartments, yet demand reasonable house prices. It just isn't possible.
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