Originally Posted by VersaceMan,19 July 2004, 9:27
...Antiqued cognac Lobb on one foot, a retro white and green trimmed Puma on the other. Please not, cognac is for country.
EDIT: Firstly are you mad, two different shoes. Huh? In City and Bank people only wear brown with navy blue (EDIT: suits). In addition, I doubt you are in Paris, I think you live on a farm, and this is why: Northerner, the English country gentleman from somewhere like Yorkshire, he wears a light blue shirt with beige trousers and black shoes, he wears a ugly watch like a Patek or Rolex, he sits at home all his life because there is nowhere worth going in the north, perhaps he could go to the pub and drink some BEER. He always speaks politely, and when driving he gives people way. Now we have the Londoner; banker in the City wears a navy suit with brown shoes, watch that looks good like Franck Muller, Cartier or Vacheron, and goes to restaurants and bars in the westend, drinks whiskey, martinis, or champagne. I deem that you are the first one, lest you are a city wannabe, however you do not understand the ways very well.