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Doctoral candidacy FTW.

Get off the internet and get back working on your diss.
post #10532 of 16207
In need of suggestions for casual shoes for me. I'm a 25 year old med student from Dallas. With winter barely hitting Dallas now I was trying to buy some casual shoes to wear with jeans and casual button-ups. I currently have a pair of beeswax Clarks desert boots, but want to add another shoe into the rotation. Any and all suggestions are appreciated!
post #10533 of 16207
What's your budget?
I got a pair of ravello alden plain toe blutchers recently which I very much like. click
Otherwise you could look for some suede single monks from Crockett or Carmina. Something like this.
post #10534 of 16207
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Originally Posted by rms340 View Post

In need of suggestions for casual shoes for me. I'm a 25 year old med student from Dallas. With winter barely hitting Dallas now I was trying to buy some casual shoes to wear with jeans and casual button-ups. I currently have a pair of beeswax Clarks desert boots, but want to add another shoe into the rotation. Any and all suggestions are appreciated!

 

 

 

Something in the mid-light brown range:

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/news/carmina-longwing-chromexcel

 

I have a pair of short wing oxford brogues in a darker than tan lighter than mid brown color. Works with jeans, and a lot of casual trousers

post #10535 of 16207
Wolverine 1000 mile boots or Alden Indy Boots.
post #10536 of 16207
^ +1 on Indy boots. I wore Clarks DBs for a while a few years ago, and Indys were my next step up to better footwear
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Shame it tastes a bit like piss. :/
post #10538 of 16207
I think the SC is wonky, that's why there's so much cuff, but the SC could definitely be 1/4 inch longer (at least, in the sleeve).

post #10539 of 16207
Good use of a hat!
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A cold, clammy, damp, foggy day. This is the perfect sweater.

Sweater: North Sea Clothing
Trousers: baggy LL Bean Signature
Boot: Wolverine 1000s
post #10541 of 16207
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Originally Posted by rms340 View Post

In need of suggestions for casual shoes for me. I'm a 25 year old med student from Dallas. With winter barely hitting Dallas now I was trying to buy some casual shoes to wear with jeans and casual button-ups. I currently have a pair of beeswax Clarks desert boots, but want to add another shoe into the rotation. Any and all suggestions are appreciated!

I've been eyeing some Loake Kemptons. I noticed NOBD just got some and that's all the endorsement anyone should need.

http://www.loake.co.uk/kempton-rubber-sole.html

post #10542 of 16207
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I think the SC is wonky, that's why there's so much cuff, but the SC could definitely be 1/4 inch longer (at least, in the sleeve).

That is an excellent looking outfit. Other than the sleeves, but that's an easy fix.

You've REALLY come a long way in how you dress. Nice work.
post #10543 of 16207
Where is Rambo, and what have you done with him?
post #10544 of 16207
CP, I was eyeig a North Sea Sweater at Unionmade...worth it?

Today, 63 freakin' degrees. Scheduled class trips all week to a local cemetery, couldn't have worked out better (though Thursday, Friday and next Monday may be a different story)

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CP, I was eyeig a North Sea Sweater at Unionmade...worth it?
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Yes, I think it is worth it. It is a big, hefty sweater--lots of room in the chest. It is not a sweater that one can wear a collared shirt underneath. I wear a Patagonia base layer, and I find this to be comfortable and sufficient. I do not find the wool scratchy or picky--but it is wool. Not everyone's cup of tea. It is an outdoor sweater. Even in temperatures below 30, this sweater with a scarf and wool cap get the job done. It is a great sweater for active wear outdoors in cold weather. In frigid weather, I wear a light mountain parka shell over the sweater, and I'm good.
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