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What do you think of the color?
ImageWIS, I (personally) greatly prefer the other (beige/brown) ones. MtB
post #62 of 66
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(imageWIS @ 20 July 2004, 07:27) What do you think of the color?
ImageWIS, I (personally) greatly prefer the other (beige/brown) ones. MtB
I already have the other pair. I am also getting these (see picture) in the mail tomorrow: (But with the white stripe in suede, not leather) Jon.
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I already have the other pair. I am also getting these (see picture) in the mail tomorrow: (But with the white stripe in suede, not leather) Jon.
ImageWIS, I knew you owned the beige/brown pair: you mentioned that you were wearing them . That black pair should be awesome. It does look nice... (How's that for an understatement?). I think they look nicer than the white/blue ones, but that is a personal preference. I generally prefer more 'muted' colours in my shoes. The pair of white bucks I own is among the few exceptions to that preference  . MtB
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I've seen the French (and primarily Parisian) trend of wearing mismatching sneakers - actually, the same sneaker, in two different colors (not great grammar, but I'm tired, and you understand what I mean.) While on some young Parisian girls, it can be sort of cute and endearing (the mismatched Converse look, in particular) on guys, it just looks like crap. I hope that you were kidding ernest - I really do.
post #65 of 66
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I already have the other pair. I am also getting these (see picture) in the mail tomorrow: (But with the white stripe in suede, not leather) Jon.
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ImageWIS, I knew you owned the beige/brown pair: you mentioned that you were wearing them . That black pair should be awesome. It does look nice... (How's that for an understatement?). I think they look nicer than the white/blue ones, but that is a personal preference. I generally prefer more 'muted' colours in my shoes. The pair of white bucks I own is among the few exceptions to that preference . MtB
Yeah, but imagine the white/navy Speed Cats with a pair of white linen pants and a nice blue t-shit. That look works, right? I previously posted, that why buy one pair of Speed Cats at $70, when you can buy 3 pairs at three times the price? Jon.
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I've seen the French (and primarily Parisian) trend of wearing mismatching sneakers - actually, the same sneaker, in two different colors (not great grammar, but I'm tired, and you understand what I mean.) While on some young Parisian girls, it can be sort of cute and endearing (the mismatched Converse look, in particular) on guys, it just looks like crap. I hope that you were kidding ernest - I really do.
I don't think he is kidding, but I personally would not be endeared to anyone wearing shoes that are of different colors; regardless if they are the best looking 20-year-old I have ever seen in my life. Shoes come in pairs for a reason. Jon.
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