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post #46 of 48
The opera pump is a slipper without laces, it's a completely different animal. The traitional black tie lace-up shoe is not a whole-cut, it has vamp seam but no toe-cap:

http://www.johnlobbltd.co.uk/catalogue/fullsize_images/Website_shoes_boots/Websiteshoes/Mensshoes/Oxfords/Oxfordplain/plain_oxford_1.htm
post #47 of 48
So is it correct to say that a whiskey colored longwing is almost always too casual to wear with a suit?

New to the forum and really enjoying it so far. Wish I had checked it out before I made my recent suit purchase.
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So is it correct to say that a whiskey colored longwing is almost always too casual to wear with a suit? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
New to the forum and really enjoying it so far. Wish I had checked it out before I made my recent suit purchase
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depends on the fabric.
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