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post #6361 of 6915

Anyone interested? Selling brand new in box - Desert Mali Boot Brown, size US 13. PM if interested!

 

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post #6362 of 6915

Do Bushacres generally show creases/wear faster? Mine have lots of creases, which is fine with me. I actually like the look. These have only been worn a week. I was hoping to use these as interview shoes though, and now I think I'll have to pick up something else. Would Beeswax originals be the best shoe to pair with a khaki and polo?

 

I did apply Sno-Seal to them which made them nice and dark prior to wearing. Perhaps that increased the amount of creasing. Thoughts?

 

 

 


Edited by K2793 - 2/8/13 at 2:57pm
post #6363 of 6915
Interview for what?
post #6364 of 6915

Just an office help position, I'm a student.

post #6365 of 6915
just my opinion but you might be better off going with dark jeans, a button down, and a blazer if you have one. chinos and a polo sounds a little too casual. plus if you wore the beeswax the dark jean button down look would be a better fit than with the chinos and polo.
post #6366 of 6915

+1 Dark Jeans and a buttondown 

post #6367 of 6915
Hmm alright. Actually only have one oxford in bright red. What would be a good buttondown to pair with the denim and boots? This would be untucked I'm assuming. Personally tucked in shirts don't flatter me, and I prefer to stay away from that look unless its for a formal event. And would my bushacres be fine or should I buy some new beeswax?

Apologies this is going off topic! Anyone have any experience with bushacres creasing quicker/more than originals?
post #6368 of 6915
while i'm not a nine to fiver, i would ignore the jeans advice.

no clue why jeans are considered more casual than chinos.

if this is for an office job, think inside of the box. wear the boring stuff: khakis, button down blue shirt, etc. dress as boring as possible.

as far as the creases in your bushacres - no clue. next time spend the extra $20 and get proper desert boots.
post #6369 of 6915
khakis are the ultimate weekend wear casual pant. dark wash denim can replace.dress pants in a business casual environment. so either dress up with a pair of dress pants or dress up a pair of denim. what you look like matters, I hire people myself and when i have interviewed many people for a position it comes down to how a person was sold to me beyond their resume. not saying it just comes down to who was more well dressed but if you are trying to sell yourself to another person and tell them why you are better suited for a job why would you wear the most boring clothes possible ? Think outside the box, you belong to a style forum for some reason and thats not to look boring. there are only a few occasions where your appearance really matter and interviews are one of them. good luck to you by the way.
post #6370 of 6915
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Originally Posted by f***city View Post

there are only a few occasions where your appearance really matter and interviews are one of them.

which is precisely why one shouldn't wear jeans.
post #6371 of 6915

Wait, who wears jeans/khakis to an interview?


Is this amateur hour or something?

post #6372 of 6915
Well it's not a suit required interview. I don't want to get too far off topic though. I appreciate the help, ill just decide khakis or dark denim the night before, thanks
post #6373 of 6915
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Originally Posted by JilSlander View Post

Wait, who wears jeans/khakis to an interview?


Is this amateur hour or something?
Some of you guys crack me up. Potential employers don't care if you show up in a Tom Ford suit with EG shoes. I interviewed 3 candidates at my former employment in the same day. 2 showed up in suits, 1 showed up in dress shirt, tie, cardigan, and chinos. I ended up hiring the guy who showed up in the cardigan and chinos because he actually seemed coherent. Granted it was for an entry level job that only paid ~$50k/year, but you get my point. Potential employers just want you to look presentable and not show up in sweats.

I swear by Clarks DBs because I pretty much wore them on a daily basis in school before I had the means to buy fine footwear. I wore them with everything...shorts, chinos, jeans, and even suits. I wore the dark brown colorway to numerous interviews and eventually landed a job that made way for epicurean stuff.
post #6374 of 6915

Interview attire depends on the job one is applying for. 

 

I'm surprised people here are against dressing up nice jeans.

post #6375 of 6915
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

Interview attire depends on the job one is applying for. 

I'm surprised people here are against dressing up nice jeans.
The job and geography. Some cities are very casual in nature.
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