I was wondering if split-toed shoes are traditionally more suited to suits, or can they be pulled off with wool dress slacks and a nice shirt for a casual elegant look? I love the look of them but would like to get an idea of how they are normally used. Â I don't need dress shoes for a suit, I have tons of them, what Â I want is a good pair of black cas. elegant shoes, but don't want to drop $300 and then find they don't work the way I want them to. In particular, these are the shoes I am looking at: Split toes Actually, that link doesn't work right, the one's I'm looking at are called the Bradley, although those Stockbridge shoes featured in the photo might work well too.
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1/2/03 at 11:35am