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post #11611 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Achillus View Post

Just in love with those loafers, anyone know from which brand it is?

They look like the G&G. Not a fan at all!
post #11612 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

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They look like the G&G. Not a fan at all!
+1

I prefer the Saint Crispins version

post #11613 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Achillus View Post

I just love every single piece of this.

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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post


They look like the G&G. Not a fan at all!

Yepp they are G&G for sure. How come, you are not a big fan of tassel loafers?

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Originally Posted by asturiano View Post

+1
I prefer the Saint Crispins version

Those look great, how much are they and from what webshop could they be bought?

post #11614 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

How come, you are not a big fan of tassel loafers?

Don't get me wrong, I love tassel loafers. I just don't like whole cut versions.
post #11615 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post


Don't get me wrong, I love tassel loafers. I just don't like whole cut versions.

Understand. It's a taste thing there, either you hate it or love it.

post #11616 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Achillus View Post

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really nice clothes but the combination- no socks, etc. is faddish.
post #11617 of 13020
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post


really nice clothes but the combination- no socks, etc. is faddish.

um, i think he's wearing toe socks, or am i wrong?

post #11618 of 13020
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post


really nice clothes but the combination- no socks, etc. is faddish.

No socks with loafers is a fad?  Guy looks awesome there.

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Can we stop calling things fads because our fathers didn't practice them?

post #11620 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

Can we stop calling things fads because our fathers didn't practice them?

Penny loafers & weejuns without socks is a classic Ivy look. That context is largely gone now though and by today's standards, it can seem forced sometimes
post #11621 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Knowledge is King View Post


Penny loafers & weejuns without socks is a classic Ivy look. That context is largely gone now though and by today's standards, it can seem forced sometimes

Loafers with no socks is a great look, with, as mentioned, Ivy roots.  Calling the look a fad is inaccurate imo.

I agree though, it can be forced because of GQ (and others) requiring loafers no socks, with skinnies and rolled cuffs during photo shoots.

post #11622 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

The strong shoulders don't really mix well with the relaxed fit of everything else.

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post #11623 of 13020

Na na, that outfit he has one with those G&G loafers should be this way, without socks. Since he made it casual with the sportcoats,  no tie and rolled up the khaki pants like that. It's not like he is wearing a suit with no socks.

 

The guy pulled this off very good, perfect!

post #11624 of 13020
Could stand another button, no?
post #11625 of 13020
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Originally Posted by Kashiwa View Post

Could stand another button, no?

Actually I like it that way, since it would look so nerdy with the outfit he is pulling off. If it would be in a more classic way and not so ''modern'' he should.

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