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Sorry but that is a gross suggestion. I am marrying a woman, not a mannequin. The only way opera slippers look reasonably ok is if the dude is heavily overweight and over 50.
Also, I am not against fashion brands like Gucci or Prada or LV or whatever if they have something very fun and suitable. xx
YoYO I'm looking for suggestions for what shoes to wear w/a tux for my wedding. I'm getting a shawl collar tux from Hardy Amies in London, and was wondering what shoes are best. I am sort of torn between (a) JL St Crispin double monks and having them polished to to a mirror shine, (b) patent leather numbers -- I think someone in London must have a nice set,or (c) ??? Not looking for anything from Alden/BB/American generally -- more inclined to go with a G&G than...
I have the exact same problem with my Becketts. They are heavily wrinkled, both at the normal point, and right in the center of he sides of the shoe where they are connected to the sole (bad explanation, sorry). I find myself constantly conditioning and polishing them to restore the finish, only to lose it seconds after wearing them.I have a few pairs of JL (Lopez, some other loafers, and a few dress shoes) which all are great EXCEPT the Becketts seem like the leather is... Amazing! Best yet I think I'll start a website selling womens clothes with males models -- marketing mind explosion@
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Sex definitely sells mens blazers. I love how she lists her measurements -- titillating!!
I am a lawyer, and spent about as much time as it would take me to help this guy staring aimlessly at my screen.
I got into a slight altercation with the manager of my gym and silently brooded during my entire workout -- I'll show that guy not to mess with me. Next time, he might even have a clue I am upset.
That pretty presumptuous (and stupid).Shoes are probably one of the easiest items in a wardrobe to determine quality -- they're basically leather, soles, welts, and stitching. Go to a shoe store and pick up a pair of Aldens, then a pair of C&J -- there are obvious differences in finishing to the most untrained eye. Compare some EGs with C&J and again, the differences are very obvious to someone with a modicum of knowledge.Price often does reflect quality on mass produced...
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