Originally Posted by voxsartoria
You are the extreme version of this, and I think and have always said that I admire how dapper you are.
But you know, I wouldn't recommend doing things your way as I would not recommend doing things my way. What I recommend that I think is common to both of us is to pursue your personal inclinations in how you dress, and do not subsume them to what others think you should do.
Thanks Bill, and I generally agree. However, I have one qualification: I believe it's a lot easier to do what I do than what you do. WAWRN is riddled with examples of variety and quantity gone wrong. You are very unique in your ability to wear so many different things so well. For those of us less sartorially gifted, sticking to a simple, proven formula may be the best bet.
Originally Posted by Will
You will hopefully have plenty of time to develop your taste, though whether taste develops when one wears only one style of shoe is a question that only time will answer. :-)
I've already seen dozens of shoes I envy, and I'm getting seriously grumpy about it--I can feel the bitter style energy coursing through me.
Originally Posted by rob
Actually, while I love Foo's clothing, his one and only one way is the only way to go attitude irks since it takes the joy out of the whole enterprise. I like to see what he wears but I want to look away once he talks about it. Mr. Sam's photo of Foo would be more complete, in Foo's perfect world, if his towering poster looked down upon a nation dressed exactly as he does. I don't sense that with Vox.
I don't want everyone else to dress exactly like I do. I just think OneShoe might be a good for some of our souls.