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Sorels or Kamiks are the way to go. Key is a thickly-treaded rubber bottom with a felt insulated liner. I believe the rubber boats that posted were Le Chameau wellies, which, being leather lined, are fine for cold rain or minor slush (and also enable you to tuck in your pants. I do wear mine with a tweed overcoat on such days, as they look better than then Sorels or Kamiks I have recommended. But if you are looking at serious snow boots to wear with a down coat or...
Welcome to the club of those who ask perfectly decent questions just to get their balls busted by some of the freaks who inhabit this site and for whom clothes are like crack. Now you know that asking a question about a suit that cost less than $1,000 is asking for trouble. And NEVER ask about shoes unless they are also in the $1,000 price range and you are prepared to discuss the virtues of various "lasts." To answer your question, I bought a few of the regular...
I have read the other suggestions and the only ones I agree with are a cream turtleneck and a bight pocket square. The other color suggestions call to mind a guy in a navy blazer with pleated chinos and tasse/kiltie loafers a la LL Bean. And that is the look you are trying to avoid.
Great idea from a major player here. Does this photo of me in sitting in a red Hummer count? Thanks for being so thoughtful and Happy Holidays to All.
Sorry, but I disagree with them going with boot cuts. Prefer a slim or straight. The shoe has too-rounded a toe to look good with boot-cuts IMO. But, then, I am not a fan of boot-cuts, so I guess I am biased.
Just use Zappos. And mine are a 9 and they fit true with or without socks.
You killed. I'm surprised you don't get out-bid, especially by a sniper.
Unless you're a geezer, it's an affectation at best. Also wrecks your teeth and gives you mouth and tongue cancer. Notice no one does it any longer?!
The beard totally distracted me, sorry.
Amen to the "oversized" comment. I had a Filson Halsey that was supposed to be an heirloom piece and dumped it for this very reason. Very corny looking with the big, open bottom. Went with a Schott--also they are made in the USA (as opposed to China.) And at $500 or so, a great price. you don't want a leather jacket that screams "department store." Also have an Aero--check those out, too.
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