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Of course! I actually plan which shoes I will wear the next day in the evening. I then think of which slacks and shirt I need to find. Some colors are a bit difficult to match, but then some color like merlot will go with anything. I try to give my shoes equal rotation, but there's definitely players that get less minutes.
Did someone say blue? Bring it on! I have the black, walnut and chili Rogue. Would love to add the 4th to the family!
My foot grew a full size, so it was the perfect opportunity to redo my shoe collection. I had only owned one pair of Allen Edmonds before, the Carlyle. I ALWAYS received complements on them wherever I went. It never occurred to me, that out of all the shoes in my footwear lineup, the Carlyle was the only pair that consistently garnered attention. This attention can sometimes be the sign of a BAD pair of shoes or garment - the clothes should draw attention to the wearer, right? If clothes draw attention to themselves, this seems to be the very definition of garish - dare I say... douchey - style. In the case of the Carlyle, people tended to complement the shoes and ask what I did for a living, talk about style, etc. As opposed to "Hey, um..... nice fuchsia socks. They really match your gold plated Dolce & Gabbana belt buckle."
I purchased the Carlyle, Parke Ave, and the Strand - yes all at once. Nordstrom is having that anniversary sale and AE's are discounted by more than 100 dollars. Couldn't pass it up!
Allen Edmonds are truly wonderful shoes. They are understated without being boring, attractive without being loud, luxurious but not obnoxious.
And your level of bad-assity does notably increase knowing you have the same footwear as Reagan... (That is sure to garner some hate mail! lol).