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What to wear in New Orleans in July?
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is John elliot co the only offering for nicely faded denim at this point?

prefer light washes

 

Have you looked at the Geller 5 year?

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Can't even wear no show socks. My heel is too flat and they slip off. Pain in the ass. Loafers and canvas sneakers dig into my heel.
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Options:

1) Don't wear shorts

2) Wear hightops with lower socks. 

3) Wear softer heeled shoes.- Guidi are a great place to start - the leather is ridiculously soft, especially if you get derbies made in something like baby calf or kangaroo (or stag/deerskin)

 

Seolhyun's rebuttal (Click to show)

I'm aware your advice was for men, but this also fills my monthly quota for hyung @nahneun 

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Where do you live?  I dunno, I wear slipons most of the summer.  Vans, and I just got some Visvims, but there are a ton of different options.  You don't need socks for those.  I guess, maybe no show socks, though I actually prefer no sock.  And I hate the heat, so I understand where you are coming from.

I live in Chicago, but grew up in Minnesota with a very low tolerance for heat--I'm talking 75+ and I start to complain unless I'm by some water haha
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I live in Chicago, but grew up in Minnesota with a very low tolerance for heat--I'm talking 75+ and I start to complain unless I'm by some water haha

lol.  I am from between Toronto and Montreal, so I get it.  I complain the moment it hits 70.  But still, I mean, for me, it's gonna be terrible regardless, so I just wear whatever.  Above 75 for me, it's all just in the "terrible" category.

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I am from between Toronto and Montreal, so I get it.

 

This is what I would tell people if I was from Ottawa.

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Ottawa's actually a pretty cool city.
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This is what I would tell people if I was from Ottawa.

Kingston.  It's pretty much right between Toronto and Montreal.

 

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Ottawa's actually a pretty cool city.

It's an actual swamp, and not a very fun city.  But ymmv.

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Kingston.  It's pretty much right between Toronto and Montreal.

Queens U?
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And who isn't.


I'm at least a XL.
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Ottawa's actually a pretty cool city.

No. Some parts look nice but the only way to have an enjoyable life there is to be part of the research/parliementary staff/related NGOs cause they hang out together and have relatively fun social activities. The rest is like a more boring Switzerland and less breathtaking sights.
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No. Some parts look nice but the only way to have an enjoyable life there is to be part of the research/parliementary staff/related NGOs cause they hang out together and have relatively fun social activities. The rest is like a more boring Switzerland and less breathtaking sights.

As a Canadian growing up in Toronto... I kinda have to agree. I think only time I visited was when I was dragged by aunts visiting lol. It's got interesting history and such, but not for city lovers. Montreal's the only place me and friends would road trip to go to growing up.

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Loved this (someone was talking about rain wear)

at first....not as much worn tho... I didn't realize it was a poncho 

http://design-milk.com/arrivals-snarkitecture-collaborate-limited-edition-poncho/

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No. Some parts look nice but the only way to have an enjoyable life there is to be part of the research/parliementary staff/related NGOs cause they hang out together and have relatively fun social activities. The rest is like a more boring Switzerland and less breathtaking sights.

Well, yes, Washington, DC, is the same way. I'm certainly speaking from the perspective of a visitor, and it was a nice city to visit. Interesting history and architecture, and great food if you search a little.


Right now, I am in Guadalajara, and standing out like a sore thumb, at least in terms of height and complexion. Good thing I brought plenty of button down shirts and jeans. That seems to be the uniform here for most guys.
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