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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

The only question now is how do you pull something like that off? With jeans...?

with spreez teacha.gif
post #5282 of 13647
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Originally Posted by Superfluous View Post

No jeans. A lot of sassy pants work with this though. There's something odd to me about the sole color though. i'm not sure why, but I think it might be the thickness.

With nice khakis, linen trousers, etc. etc.

I do agree that the sole would be more appealing in brown/natural. Although I'd be happy to own them as is!
post #5283 of 13647
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

With nice khakis, linen trousers, etc. etc.
I do agree that the sole would be more appealing in brown/natural. Although I'd be happy to own them as is!

I think Khakis with those would look funny.
post #5284 of 13647
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I think Khakis with those would look funny.

light grey linen
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Now we have that figured out, who is gonna buy them...?

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Originally Posted by Superfluous View Post

I think Khakis with those would look funny.

Plain 'ol khakis from the Gap might not work. But high quality khakis made from high quality fabric would be fine, IMO.
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I've got a pair of grey kiton jeans that would be pure seks with those.....
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Plain 'ol khakis from the Gap might not work. But high quality khakis made from high quality fabric would be fine, IMO.

I don't understand what the quality has to do with the look... khakis are the ultimate blah pants. These shoes would need some pants with pizzaz. Perhaps some Tom Ford pants.
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I don't understand what the quality has to do with the look... khakis are the ultimate blah pants. These shoes would need some pants with pizzaz. Perhaps some Tom Ford pants.

 

Different cut and fabric will produce different results.  A good analogy would be G&G Black TG73 Oxford vs. AE PA.  Both captoe oxfords, totally different looks.

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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Different cut and fabric will produce different results.  A good analogy would be G&G Black TG73 Oxford vs. AE PA.  Both captoe oxfords, totally different looks.

That's because one will have a bland, blobby shape. The other will have somewhat exotic styling.... a stylistic change is not the same as a quality change.
post #5291 of 13647
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Originally Posted by mrbrioni View Post

I've got a pair of grey kiton jeans that would be pure seks with those.....

no doubt, mr. baller mcballinstein icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #5292 of 13647
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Originally Posted by Superfluous View Post

I don't understand what the quality has to do with the look... khakis are the ultimate blah pants. These shoes would need some pants with pizzaz. Perhaps some Tom Ford pants.

It's not the 'what' - it's the 'how'.

For instance - does Tom Ford offer khakis? If so I bet they are not blah.
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

It's not the 'what' - it's the 'how'.
For instance - does Tom Ford offer khakis? If so I bet they are not blah.

I'm guessing he doesn't for that reason lol8[1].gif.
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Plain 'ol khakis from the Gap might not work. But high quality khakis made from high quality fabric would be fine, IMO.

Try some Cucinelli shades of grey and blue chinos/khakis.
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Originally Posted by Saratorial_Splender View Post

Try some Cucinelli shades of grey and blue chinos/khakis.

best suggestion so far. a cucinelli vibe would be a perfect match for those shoes. drool.gif
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