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Thanks, thats what others have said too but I respectfully disagree. A derby on a round last like the modified is not dressy at all in my books. ( I think this has been a point of discussion before) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
IMO sneakers are a no-go with an outfit like this; boots will probably work best for those who find these shoes too dressy.
Everything save the sweater is military (inspired) come to think of it, the shoes too.
not at all. and i actually thought the shoes were ok. boots would be better, but the shoes were acceptable imo.
I also think the shoes are fine, but I agree with stitches, a boot would be marginally better. If I were looking for an absolutely ideal shoe for this outfit, a rugged outdoorsy boot with a commando sole such as C&J Snowdon would be perfect.
FWIW jumping over fences in these is just as easy as it was wearing my old boots from CCF.
Good look, if I'd have to nitpick the PS could be tucked in just a bit deeper.
The half-brogues below;
If you were asking about the boots, then they're C&J Harrys (Islay on a different last).
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