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G&G Leather room

doesn't look different than any other leather room?
post #4082 of 21787
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For me G&G is not a everyday shoe you want to damage. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
While I use C&J for work and other stuff and G&G when I want to look extra nice smile.gif

i dunno what your workplace looks like but this makes no sense, imo.
post #4083 of 21787
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i dunno what your workplace looks like but this makes no sense, imo.

Ok.

post #4084 of 21787
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i dunno what your workplace looks like but this makes no sense, imo.


Fritzl, which part makes no sense? The workplace? The shoes? the choice of shoes?

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I like this!!! biggrin.gif

post #4086 of 21787
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For me G&G is not a everyday shoe you want to damage.

Get over it. Shoes are meant to be on feet, not inside a display case. Just wear 'em and take care of 'em.
post #4087 of 21787
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Get over it. Shoes are meant to be on feet, not inside a display case. Just wear 'em and take care of 'em.

I wear them more then enough, but not every day. Maybe when I go out for a dinner with friends (something like that) For work I wear less expensive shoes as C&J or most often Church's

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Easy question to answer

Buy the Rotschild or the Walkton which can be worn with bloody well anything except where patent leather shoes are required.

Take it in the round toe GG06 so that it does not mess up your casual look in jeans but also matches, quite perfectly, any formal suit or morning dress trousers.

Colors? Take either a mid brown or one of the burgundies, like Rioja, which goes with every color in your wardrobe, especially if it is antique finished.

oh god
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Get over it. Shoes are meant to be on feet, not inside a display case. Just wear 'em and take care of 'em.

+1
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+1

You = foo.gif

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I wear them more then enough, but not every day. Maybe when I go out for a dinner with friends (something like that) For work I wear less expensive shoes as C&J or most often Church's

Personally I try to get as much wear as I can with my shoes regardless of price (as long as they are appropriate for the occasion). For the type of work I do, there is minimal risk for my clothes to get messed up so I have that flexibility. I think regular wear (of course not daily... rotating shoes is still rule #1, right?) really balances the cost paid.
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Personally I try to get as much wear as I can with my shoes regardless of price (as long as they are appropriate for the occasion). For the type of work I do, there is minimal risk for my clothes to get messed up so I have that flexibility. I think regular wear (of course not daily... rotating shoes is still rule #1, right?) really balances the cost paid.

Right and I dont have the ''office'' work if I can put it that way. 

post #4093 of 21787
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Right and I dont have the ''office'' work if I can put it that way. 
Then C&J and Church's meet your needs. For me it's more of a risk wearing my smart shoes out around town because of spilled spirits and intoxicated women with their spiked heels. smile.gif
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Then C&J and Church's meet your needs. For me it's more of a risk wearing my smart shoes out around town because of spilled spirits and intoxicated women with their spiked heels. smile.gif

Hehe, exactly!

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oh god

Where? Where!

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