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post #91 of 105
Invest in some good tan brogues, I personally have the Loake Chesters and love them. People think good shoes are expensive but it's the opposite, a good pair of shoes will last at least 20 years wih care and resoling whereas cheap shoes will break or look cheap within 6 months.

Loake are my favourite but there are also other makes like Church and Cheaney etc. I used to wear Cheaneys but prefer the Loakes as they have more contemporary designs.
post #92 of 105
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Originally Posted by jhilly8982 View Post

Looking for advice, wondering what everyone thinks of this suit and shoe look. Are the brown shoes too light and loud for this grey suit? My wife doesn't like it, but I am seeking out other opinions. I am planning on wearing this to a wedding or two.






Also, how do you think this shirt and tie will look with the brown shoes. Please, opinions on the shirt and tie are welcome as well, I had a real hard time finding a tie to go with this shirt.




Thanks in advance, this is my first post, hope to pick up some good pointers here.

Get rid off those shoes. Also I would consider getting a darker suit for weeding. I think solid Navy suit is the most versatile. Grey suit is too Monday to Friday for me.
post #93 of 105

I still think black shoes is better.

post #94 of 105

instead of brown, burgundy.

post #95 of 105
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Originally Posted by Quadcammer View Post

those shoes are a decent color, but are brutal dogshit otherwise. You haven't been here long if you think bacco bucci is expensive.

Simple but effective description. Like it.
post #96 of 105
i think i just read through a thread that is nearly a year old.
post #97 of 105
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Originally Posted by hrb View Post

i think i just read through a thread that is nearly a year old.

and?
post #98 of 105
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Originally Posted by md2010 View Post

Get rid off those shoes.

imo, shoes are decent enough for running errands, walking the dog, a walk to the grocery store etc.
post #99 of 105
oh man, please destroy those shoes:foo:
post #100 of 105
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

and?

and it's comedic people are still doling out advice.
post #101 of 105

So did he end up with the AE??

post #102 of 105
I can't handle this cliffhanger.
post #103 of 105
The shade of brown looks fine, but those shoes are fugly.
post #104 of 105
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own tens of thousands of dollars in watches

Does that mean you have 100 $100 watches? Because that's the same thing you're saying with your shoes. I think it's hilarious when I see someone conspicuously consuming something to make some kind of "value statement," when they're oblivious to the totality of their message. Put it this way, only those as myopic as you will be impressed by your Rolex and your "german auto" if you can't bother to pay attention to the rest of your attire.

And before you say you're not trying to impress anyone, if that were actually the case, you wouldn't care enough to ask anonymous people on the internet about your suit and shoe combination. We all care what others think and there's nothing wrong with that.
post #105 of 105

i think you guys scared him off... 

 

personally, i learned a lot read this thread. So, thanks to you all. The AE Strands in walnut are gorgeous shoes. 

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