No I've got those covered, thankfully, but I buy them in 3-packs so they probably aren't up to your standards.
Thank you to those that actually wrote thought out non-snarky responses. I did search the forum, and I did not find answers applicable to MY situation, which is why I started the thread.
My thought was to add a brown shoe to supplement my black J&M. I know they aren't up to the standards of many posters on SF, but they suffice for now. Ideally, I would also like to wear these new shoes with khackis or nice jeans occasionally, but they will be primarily for the office. I wear I don't have the budget to spend on $300 shoes, but based on various posts around these parts, seconds at A&E seem like a great deal, especially with their sale going on this weekend.
Snedly - I'll be in Greenwich
J&M still makes excellent shoes in their Custom Select range which you'll have to wait 6 weeks for delivery;and also in their Italian range. They added some cheaper range shoes to the collection a few years ago but I guess they need to pay the bills too to stay in business.
btw, most posters don't have any standards here. You have a lot of kids and poor poseurs on here who don't like it when an expensive brand also carries a cheaper line because they can't impress their little friends with this expensive brand name. You see, in their class there are actually people who are so gauche that they will comment on your shoes and even (believe it or not) ask what make they are. They are really label whores who want to pretend they're not. Oh noo, I'd never wear a shirt with a logo on it (even if that crocodile logo is classic and has been around since before their granddaddy was born). The truth of the matter is that they can't afford these products and want people to believe that their logoless Target shirt is really a Smedley