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I ordered a pair of Carmina chocolate suede string loafers and I'm curious about their versatility. Is this a shoe I can wear with wool or flannel dress pants in a business casual work environment? I like their look with navy casual pants and jeans but curious how casual the string styling makes them and whether they're appropriate for an office environment this fall.

 

I don't see any problem to wear these loafers with flannel pants, I believe they'll look great.

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I don't see any problem to wear these loafers with flannel pants, I believe they'll look great.

Thanks!
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^ I agree, those look perfectly fine to dress up with some grey trousers. I think the dark brown suede will provide a nice visual pop along with some mid grey flannels.

Got these blue suede wingtips a little while ago...got em on the cheap at Nordie's Rack but I love em. I swapped out the stock brown laces with this lighter tan color:

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Nice combo, sir!
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New addition to my suede/nubuck family - Edward Green Ryde in Oyster suede

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New addition to my suede/nubuck family - Edward Green Ryde in Oyster suede
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What a beautiful shoe. It is kind of cool to see a suede PTB/dirty buck in an 888 last. At first I thought the sole was leather, but looking closer it looks like rubber (as it should be for a dirty buck).
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What a beautiful shoe. It is kind of cool to see a suede PTB/dirty buck in an 888 last. At first I thought the sole was leather, but looking closer it looks like rubber (as it should be for a dirty buck).

Thanks, yes, it's a rubber.

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Vass

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Now that's different, but in a good way.

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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post

I ordered a pair of Carmina chocolate suede string loafers and I'm curious about their versatility. Is this a shoe I can wear with wool or flannel dress pants in a business casual work environment? I like their look with navy casual pants and jeans but curious how casual the string styling makes them and whether they're appropriate for an office environment this fall.

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I have these on the way. 2 months or so.

 

They are 100% NOT Ok in the office as far as I'm concerned. I have the navy and the snuff, as well. I wear them casually. This is going to be for all kinds of chinos and linen pants. No real wool trousers. Or at least, seldom.

 

String makes it 100% casual to me. 

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Originally Posted by sdolina View Post

New addition to my suede/nubuck family - Edward Green Ryde in Oyster suede

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Wow. If I would have seen these, they would be mine. DAMN.

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I have these on the way. 2 months or so.

They are 100% NOT Ok in the office as far as I'm concerned. I have the navy and the snuff, as well. I wear them casually. This is going to be for all kinds of chinos and linen pants. No real wool trousers. Or at least, seldom.

String makes it 100% casual to me. 

My office is business casual but I still wear wool pants and a dress shirt and sometimes a sport coat if its cool outside. Would you say the shoes would work with wool pants and a button down? I would never wear them with a suit.
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Now that's different, but in a good way.

I second that.  Beautiful combo

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