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Great stuff @coxsakie, @willing to learn, and @veni..., you guys are really bringing it today. @veni wins the shoe game imo. Those suede are sweet. @cox you need those suede to go with that terrific suit. Btw, ladies do indeed notice our shoes first. I tend to have a shoe habit most of all
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Good thinking. Throw your dress shoes in your purse and enjoy a comfortable walk to work/lunchtime stroll. nod[1].gif
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SFF:
Kent Wang
Spier & McCay
Cao Cao (Cappelli tie)

Those shoes are enjoying their tenth year of wear
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Banker mode.................on.

 

 

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^ I wish that pesky second stripe wasn't there, but you continue to be top brass for suit wearing round these parts.
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Nice shirt! Maker?
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Nice shirt! Maker?

Thanks!

Eton of Sweden. From their green ribbon line.
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Need fashion advice.



Is the Apple Watch a fashionable piece or should a gentleman wear a traditional watch?
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Need fashion advice.



Is the Apple Watch a fashionable piece or should a gentleman wear a traditional watch?


Most guys in the TWAT (watch appreciation thread) wouldn't be caught dead with an Apple watch, myself included. It's not that it's a bad product per se, but for the price, I could buy another (mechanical) watch much more to my liking. Apple has gotten enough of my money with my iMac, iPod, iPhone, 2x iPad - they don't need to sell me a watch on top of that!

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Need fashion advice.



Is the Apple Watch a fashionable piece or should a gentleman wear a traditional watch?

Just get the Hermes version. Problem solved.

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Good thinking. Throw your dress shoes in your purse and enjoy a comfortable walk to work/lunchtime stroll. nod[1].gif

Properly fitting and worn in dress shoes should be at least as comfortable as trainers. And less painful to the eyes.

@A.J.V very nice (love the shoes!), but the suit looks a bit tight...

@Claghorn shoes that have served you so well for so long deserve a good polishing. smile.gif

Edit: on a related note, ladies tend to notice shoes since they believe it gives them an indication how a guy maintains himself and how well he can maintain her.
Edited by EliodA - 11/2/15 at 3:34pm
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Properly fitting and worn in dress shoes should be at least as comfortable as trainers. And less painful to the eyes.

Can't tell whether my low-grade attempt at trolling is being trolled... satisfied.gif
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Properly fitting and worn in dress shoes should be at least as comfortable as trainers. And less painful to the eyes.

@A.J.V very nice (love the shoes!), but the suit looks a bit tight...

@Claghorn shoes that have served you so well for so long deserve a good polishing. smile.gif

While I've heard this before, I don't think I'll ever agree with it...except on that painful to the eyes part. That is gospel haha.

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