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What would this Louis Vuitton shoe good for ? is it considered as Dress shoe?

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honestly it look quite impressive , but I wonder when and for what can I wear it? and with what?

i take it that it is not suitable for formal or work since its too tacky and over the top but not like that matter since i am not a white collar worker

the design is inspired from Louis Vuitton's Fall/Winter 2010 Fashion Show
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is it considered as Dress shoe?

It's considered an eyesore.
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Cannot wait for Louis Vuitton to release their Toilet Paper collection with their logo plastered all over it.
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It's considered an eyesore.

X2 those are nasty
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Louis Vuitton has a lot of great shoes, but I wouldn't label that one. If you do have your heart set on it, I see it as an evening shoe and would be great at high-faluting parties.

You do realize that 9 out of 10 folks here think Allen Edmonds is about as fashionable as a shoe gets, so your query is going to spark controversy, criticism, and outrage.
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Lol, those shoes are terrible.

Hermes Man, you have obnoxious taste.
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honestly it look quite impressive , but I wonder when and for what can I wear it? and with what?

I'd wear them when going out clubbing. With that much obvious LV branding on them, you'll have to pry the ladies off you with a crowbar.
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Those are truly hideous. How many more will take the bait?
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I'd wear them when going out clubbing. With that much obvious LV branding on them, you'll have to pry the ladies off you with a crowbar.

You go to the wrong clubs. Those shoes are a hideous abomination. If you must wear them, I would restrict it strictly to in-the-house where no one can see you, maybe only in bed - or even better, keep them as toilet shoes and use them to keep your feet away from that cold tiled floor. Then flush when done.
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You go to the wrong clubs.
No, I just aim for the low hanging fruit.
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keep them as toilet shoes and use them to keep your feet away from that cold tiled floor. Then flush when done.
They'll also keep your feet dry. Perhaps that is the highest and best use of these shoes after all?
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Those are truly hideous. How many more will take the bait?

I don't think Hermes man is a troll. He's too consistent in his posts and on his horrendous brandwhore blog.
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I don't think Hermes man is a troll. He's too consistent in his posts and on his horrendous brandwhore blog.

+1
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i take it that it is not suitable for formal or work since its too tacky and over the top but not like that matter since i am not a white collar worker
Are you some kind of prince? Judging by the photos on your blog, you are super wealthy. I don't see how a blue collar worker could be that wealthy, so you must be an heir or a prince, or something.
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The brandwhore blog may be one of the funniest things I have ever read though. And this guy really makes my day just a little bit better.
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Totally missed his blog. I throw myself on my sword. The blog is a calamity.
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