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Square toe dress shoes for men

Poll Results: Square toe is must adopted shoe for today's men fashion

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 16% (10)
    Yes
  • 83% (50)
    No
60 Total Votes  
post #1 of 27
Thread Starter 

Square toe dress shoes have now become a pined necessity for the modern man. The designers have now made this shoe a fashion style for men, however, earlier this shoe was majorly used for women. As the trends are changing, Square toe dress shoes are now high in demands.


Several men have explored this shoe as it shows their self confidence to demonstrate their softer side of personality (which is more attractive to women). Usually any men can wear this shoe but if worn by dark-haired men and those who have darker toned skin, this shoe can certainly add more features in their style.


Square toe dress shoes can be worn in a wide range of available combinations; with good combinations you can take the lead in fashion. You can use as a base for your shoe; the suaredness can be selected on the basis of your requirement. When used as an alternative for round toes, Square toe dress shoes showcase more style. For your office collection you can easily select a Square toe dress shoes as it is already quite popular shoe in in shoe fashions.

In my opinion, Square toe dress shoes are now very much in for men fashion.

post #2 of 27
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post #3 of 27
Agreed. Move along now.
post #4 of 27
Thread Starter 

Here I'll do it for you:

 

I don't own any "Square toe" shoes and not even considering after reading your lecture.

 

post #5 of 27
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Originally Posted by handsolo View Post

Square toe dress shoes have now become a pined necessity for the modern man. The designers have now made this shoe a fashion style for men, however, earlier this shoe was majorly used for women. As the trends are changing, Square toe dress shoes are now high in demands.

Several men have explored this shoe as it shows their self confidence to demonstrate their softer side of personality (which is more attractive to women). Usually any men can wear this shoe but if worn by dark-haired men and those who have darker toned skin, this shoe can certainly add more features in their style.
Square toe dress shoes can be worn in a wide range of available combinations; with good combinations you can take the lead in fashion. You can use as a base for your shoe; the suaredness can be selected on the basis of your requirement. When used as an alternative for round toes, Square toe dress shoes showcase more style. For your office collection you can easily select a Square toe dress shoes as it is already quite popular shoe in in shoe fashions.
In my opinion, Square toe dress shoes are now very much in for men fashion.

Why thank you Handsolo and welcome to Styleforum.
Thank you for sharing this vital information. There are many insecure people on here that will richly benefit by your kind words. Wearing square-toed shoes should be just the thing needed, as you say, to build and demonstrate confidence.
Can you recommend any particular brand? Links and photos would be desperately appreciated.
post #6 of 27
Thread Starter 

It's hard being misunderstood.

post #7 of 27
Thread Starter 

Maybe Kenneth Cole?

post #8 of 27
Depends what kind of square we are talking about. If we are talking a "square-ish" one like G.J Cleverly does then fine, id go for one of those. But if we are talking Kenneth cole/ Aldo, this is the wrong forum to be pitching square toed shoes.
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post #10 of 27
Thread Starter 

When was the last time that ever worked?

post #11 of 27
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post #12 of 27
He obviously meant well. Why on earth are you all such dickheads? Tact died with the internet.
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post #14 of 27
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I enjoy wearing them when taking teh piss. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #15 of 27
I agree with handsolo. Square toe shoes are way under-appreciated on this forum, especially in this unbelievably conservative and stubbornly old-fashioned sub forum of MC. It is quite hypocritical of MC SFers to admit that there is no such thing as the classic, permanent style and that fashion has always has its influences, and then refuse to move on past the antiquated styling of old. The world has moved on and right now the acceptable style now very much involves square toed shoes. And it makes complete sense: the wider toebox design is so that there is now more wiggle room for the toe and thus added comfort and the sharper more aggressive lines of square toe shoes reflect the current busy, focused era.

Seriously all the SFer who salivate over AE Park Aves need to get with the times and get over those monstrosities.
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