So after lurking for too long I'm coming out of my shell. I'm 33 this year and finally dressing like an adult. My work environment is an extremely lax business casual. Honestly as long as you aren't in shorts and/or flip flops with a wife beater, you're good to go. So I never really cared about dressing nice. For the past few months I've redone almost my entire wardrobe and discovered how amazingly comfortable leather shoes are.
Here's my current line up:
Black - Dundee 2.0; Wolverine Montague
Brown - Mora 2.0, Wolverine 1000 Mile, Wolverine 1000 Mile suede, Strand suede
Oxblood - Strand, Warwick, McGregor, Dalton
I've debated on a walnut (love the color but brown and oxblood have been calling my name) and after reading my intro, my main question is, would adding a loafer this year be worth it? Once again, I don't even own a suit (could change this year) but I really have no need for one except the satisfaction of owning an awesome suit that fits. As crazy as this is, is 33 too young to own a loafer??
I wear chinos, dark denim, and have a couple pairs of not quite slacks but could pass for dress pants. Darker gray, gray, olive, navy, stone, and plum are the colors I have for pants. (The plum are pretty sweet, they are what I was wearing today with the McGregors)
Thanks in advance.