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This is less offensive than some of the extreme chisel contest or lace masquerade in the bespoke shoes thread.

 

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http://www.bespoke-england.co.uk/collections/size-7/products/oakham-vintage-cherry-and-pin-grain-tg73
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When people say "Nice shoes" it's more likely find it interesting looking but not necessarily something they would like to wear.

+100.
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The ladies seem enjoy these, although, I think they're more attracted by the fact that I care about my shoes than the shoe itself. C'est la vie.

 

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I have received more compliments on a pair of extremely average driving loafers I received as a gift than any other pair of shoes before or since. Therefore I disregard those completely and utterly. However a pair of Trickers Stow boots in acorn have 3 compliments so far. One from a lather worker, and two from rather good looking women. I suspect the colour makes them stand out. Otherwise, a pair of suede brogues are sitting on -1 "You shouldn't have bought those, they will stain," a pair of chelseas on -1 "the weird red soles" and the rest - mostly wholecuts, some even highly regarded here - don't get as much as a look.

I've noticed the same. My Mark Nasons (yes, I used to wear those ugly ones before SF), got more far compliments than my nice shoes do now.
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these rather overstated bad boys, which i've affectionately nicknamed kitty get A LOT of compliments.  men, women, old, and young stop me to ask where i picked them up, are they comfortable, etc.

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The ladies seem enjoy these, although, I think they're more attracted by the fact that I care about my shoes than the shoe itself. C'est la vie.

LL

Those are nice. Where did you get them?
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these rather overstated bad boys, which i've affectionately nicknamed kitty get A LOT of compliments.  men, women, old, and young stop me to ask where i picked them up, are they comfortable, etc.

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It's amazing what wonderful misfits one can find at the Humane Society shelter! biggrin.gif

Do they purr?
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Those are nice. Where did you get them?


They're AE McAllisters.

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these tend to always get noticed...my sutor doubel monks I picked up on B&S for a steal...

I bought these shoes at Bergdorf Goodman 5 years ago, and still wear them all the time. One of my most favorite shoes I own.

I've never worn them without atleast a few compliments.
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It's amazing what wonderful misfits one can find at the Humane Society shelter! biggrin.gif
Do they purr?


lol, they don't purr...but from time to time i can i hear them meow when they are looney....

post #238 of 326
Tons of compliments every fucking time I wear them. I don't like them at all, though they're still in my closet because of the insane amount of compliments I get from them.

Church's Custom Grade nubuck horsebit loafers.

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Onix! Fantastic shoes.

 

These are definately my most complimented shoes. The Lowndes.

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Only had these a week and they have already had more compliments then any others:
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