Originally Posted by Major Roadrash
Spoo makes a good point. If you only want one pair of shoes, it might be better to choose a classic style that goes with everything
What about a brogued oxford in vintage oak?
Originally Posted by SpooPoker
OKookok.. its your dinerodough, not mine. In that case, I think for your needs, you would be better served with something with a little more ornamentation, not a 2 eyelet derby.
Consider the Walkton, Burlington, Kensington, and Westminster - the last of which you always compliment mine.
well you both make solid points.
the walkton is not my thing. as to a lighter colors, i feel a darker color suits me better. im not so comfortable with a light color shoe yet. i thought i would start with the darker colors for my mostly navy suits. maybe buy lighter colors if i expand my wardrobe to some more playful items.
onto the burlington, kensington and westminster. all great lookers no doubt. and in the scheme of what should come first i probs would be better off with something in that family. but the lines on the uppingham really intrigue me. i also like the wiltshire. ( i have always liked their take on the V shaped cap toe) i find those shoes to be super sexy. SO I WANT THEM.
so now im all confused, and my found money will contiue to sit. dashitall! HAAAALP!!
btw - major r. how you have 5 posts in 2 1/2 years simply blows my mind.
we have similar taste in shoes. posting habits, not so much.
edit - i just had another look at the westmister on the TG73 last in vintage chestnut. its pretty fuckin sweet. now im not confused but torn