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post #1 of 15
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I was looking at these and I just really like them for some reason. What could I wear it with? Pair of jeans i'm thinking, gray slacks as well? I don't own a pair of brown shoes yet so I want to make the plunge.
post #2 of 15
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I was  looking at these and I just really like them for some reason. What could I wear it with? Pair of jeans i'm thinking, gray slacks as well? I don't own a pair of brown shoes yet so I want to make the plunge.
Would be nice slippers with a pyjama.
post #3 of 15
Pointed toes always go better with wide legged pants. Yes, they would go well with jeans. l have always seen the quality of D&G shoes as really dubious. Most of there shoes do not have the sole stitched to the upper - they are glued. Therefore: D&G shoes=poor quality. Go for a better shoe. Don't be so fashion forward, l am and it is silly.  lt's a pity you weren't in my country; you could get MTM pointed shoes for a very reasonable price. Ernest, behave.  
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How about a pointed pair done in brown croc. Now that would totally rule.
post #6 of 15
Sorry but I hate those shoes, especially the color mixed with that particular style.
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Sorry but I hate those shoes, especially the color mixed with that particular style.
Even as slippers?
post #8 of 15
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Pointed toes always go better with wide legged pants. Yes, they would go well with jeans. l have always seen the quality of D&G shoes as really dubious. Most of there shoes do not have the sole stitched to the upper - they are glued. Therefore: D&G shoes=poor quality. Go for a better shoe. Don't be so fashion forward, l am and it is silly. lt's a pity you weren't in my country; you could get MTM pointed shoes for a very reasonable price. Ernest, behave.
Yeah thats what I figured would be the deal with alot of the modern fashionable companies. But I can't stop looking at them for some reason..
post #9 of 15
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Pointed toes always go better with wide legged pants. Yes, they would go well with jeans.
Really? I always figured that slim pants and slim shoes went together, balance and all that. Tom
post #10 of 15
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(marc37 @ 11 Dec. 2004, 1:42) Pointed toes always go better with wide legged pants. Yes, they would go well with jeans.
Really? I always figured that slim pants and slim shoes went together, balance and all that. Tom
I agree. Thin shoes with baggy pants just looks funny. The shoe gets lost in the pants. Dan
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(tiger02 @ 11 Dec. 2004, 2:02)
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Originally Posted by marc37,11 Dec. 2004, 1:42
Pointed toes always go better with wide legged pants. Yes, they would go well with jeans.
Really?  I always figured that slim pants and slim shoes went together, balance and all that.   Tom
I agree.  Thin shoes with baggy pants just looks funny.  The shoe gets lost in the pants. Dan
What is the interest to have shoes lost in the pants?
post #12 of 15
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Pointed toes always go better with wide legged pants. Yes, they would go well with jeans.
Wrongo. Pointed shoes call for skinny (though maybe bootcut) pants.
post #13 of 15
Pointed shoes don't get lost in wide pants.
post #14 of 15
Wow, those are like...really pointy. I don't know man, shoes that pointy with wide leg jeans look like something a woman would wear.
post #15 of 15
I personally thinks that pointed shoes can be worn with both types of pants. straight-cut dress pants or even slim-cut ones. The look projected is very different for each type of pants.
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