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  I've started to think that the marketing photos are only good in that they provide an idea of the design of the shoe (shapes and such). You then have to try to imagine the color as you've seen it on other shoes, assuming you've seen other shoes that color.    They must spend a lot of time in post, and they lose track of what the shoe looks like. They end up presenting what they think is an interesting image rather than conveying the reality. Well, that's just a theory.
They're just khaki-colored Levi 514 jeans.
Thanks, guys!They're actually a shoe AE made for Ralph Lauren. It's the chocolate suede version of their suede Saunders.
  You would say that!   These pants aren't as narrow (and need a hem), but is this more to your liking?    
I'm really digging those pants and those shoes, Josh. Who makes the pants?
My story doesn't follow like most. Sure, my dad owns Allen Edmonds, along with his fair share of Church's, Alden and such. He wasn't the one who pushed me into good shoes.   Once my feet stopped growing, my mom bought me some AE Hastings for my junior prom. They survived multiple moves, quite a few fraternity formals,I still have them, and they still look fantastic. Heck, I even posted a picture of them in this thread as a reference for AE whole-cuts.    Since...
My chocolate suede Saunders came in today, and let me say that I haven't felt a sole this stiff since the last pair of McTavishes I bought. I'm thinking they're double-oak too.    
This is also true. I think It's a great thread for people to comfortably share their outfits, more than one where people want to be cut down to size on the daily.
How about a simple, multi-part rating system. It could be broken up like this, but I am in no place to set categories in stone. Coordination: (1-10) Fit: (1-10) Individuality: (1-10) Appropriate to Setting: (1-10) Overall: (1-10) Then, comments could follow.
  That's exactly what I was saying. I'm surprised it's still a question for some people, but everyone learns about shoe construction at their own pace.
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