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Thank you gent.

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Originally Posted by ricefarmer4life View Post

Hi, first time buying higher quality shoes that aren't AE park ave and don't want to make a style mistake. Would you consider these two loafers square toe? And do you think they are a good choice?

http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/salvatore-ferragamo-pompei-leather-loafer-men/3671444
http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/santoni-austin-penny-loafer-men/3698361

Yes they are square toed. Don't buy them.

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Originally Posted by nomos View Post

Would I look ok with gray or navy scrubs and brown allen edmonds bluchers in medical office setting?

I wouldnt wear dressier shoes with scrubs. You can't wear sneakers?
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I'm looking for pants that either have ribbed cuffs or a small leg opening or zip close so leg opening is small. Preferably a bit loose on the upper part and has aggressive taper. Also want like a sweatpant material but not sweatpants if you know what i mean. I basically want a fabric that can stretch a bit and is wearable year round. Anyone have suggestions?

post #15844 of 16299
It's probably not your ideal solution, but Lanvin biker pants might do.
http://www.mrporter.com/en-us/mens/lanvin/tapered-wool-and-cashmere-blend-biker-trousers/440765

They've made them a bunch of times in various fabrics (khaki cotton, wool flannel) the last few seasons, and they've shown up on eBay for under $300 if the MSRP is off-putting.
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Anyone know of any decent fingerless gloves? saw some nonnatives ages ago but can't find them?

thanks
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Is it normal for some shoes to slip on the heels when first being worn?

 

I typically take a 9.5UK in most Carmina lasts, which fits snug but not uncomfortable. The heel has never slipped. I recently tried a 10UK on a familiar last and found more room in the toebox (unsurprisingly), but also some heel slipping.

 

How much slipping is too much? Will this go away as the shoes break in? I can still return them for a few days, as I haven't worn them outside. They feel very comfy and roomy on the toes, but I'm hesitant about the heels.

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Originally Posted by R300 View Post

Anyone know of any decent fingerless gloves? saw some nonnatives ages ago but can't find them?

thanks
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Some general color questions; besides matching navy with navy, and charcoal, grey, black with themselves, can black tops go with indigo or navy bottoms? Does indigo match better with navy or black? This is for streetwear, no pattern, clean tops like a black sweater with jeans or navy trousers; and assuming the different colors like indigo and black are around the same tone. Also, would a charcoal/grey coat compared to black or navy go with the most kinds of pants from jeans to trousers? Thanks.

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Could someone help me decide whether it is okay to combine a hush puppies suede shoe almost in this color

 

 

 

with this Col littleton dark brown belt?

 

 

I'm wearing them with a j crew 484 jeans with a polka dots shirt tucked in. I'm afraid the shoe and the belt might not match at all leading me to embarrass myself. What do you think?

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BTW- I found out that they are J. Shoes Charlie in Glow color

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Originally Posted by mapkos13 View Post


Anyone want to take a stab at the shoes in this Trunk a Club box?

I was guessing AE's but I can't find anything quite like them.

Love the color and the sole.

If you know please let me in on it.

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They are J. Shoes Charlie in Glow color

post #15852 of 16299

Is returning to Yoox free from Europe (Belgium)? On US site I found a return price of USD 6.95 but can't find any price on the Belgian site.

post #15853 of 16299

Got leather Blazer/coat fromThrift Shop for ten dollars and I'm not sure if it fits right or not. It seems like I would be able to gain a few pounds to fill it out, can that be tailored / reduce amount of leather around waist?


Edited by findingdeal4me - 8/3/14 at 6:33pm
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Originally Posted by Groves View Post

Can anyone make any recommendations on raw jeans with a high seat that won't break the bank? Entry level is fine.

Given my odd proportions, I'm having no luck with jeans. Almost all of them sag from the back, while the front stays where it's at. Like a \ almost (not as extreme, obviously). I was told that I may simply need a high seat. I tried to give a pair of PNS a shot, but felt they were way too skinny from the knees down (I understand this is intended, but didn't expect it to be as extreme as it was). Tried NS, but had issues in the back (fit in the seat and thighs, but my waist is on the slimmer end of things and I had this giant ring of denim just floating there).

Halp.

Bump

Entry level 150 - 250
post #15855 of 16299

if they're sagging it sounds like you need a lower, not higher rise, especially for back rise.

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