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post #15211 of 19968
I'm not a player I just crush a lot.

Saint Crispins
Blue flannel incotex
Falke

post #15212 of 19968
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I promise to be more tasteful tomorrow.

 

N.B. This is a relative concept, and I might have exaggerated a bit. 

 

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I'm not a player
 

 

You're so player your shoe closet has a referee.

 

 

post #15213 of 19968
Guys,
I know this must be a much repeated question, but I cannot scour 15,000+ posts for an answer..
What socks can be worn with different shades of Khakis in a fairly conservative office environment? I have run out of ideas with Argyle!
Navy? Light Blue?
post #15214 of 19968
x-post WAYWRN - Tyrwhitt (Loake) shoes, Pantherella socks . . .

post #15215 of 19968
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Guys,
I know this must be a much repeated question, but I cannot scour 15,000+ posts for an answer..
What socks can be worn with different shades of Khakis in a fairly conservative office environment? I have run out of ideas with Argyle!
Navy? Light Blue?

 

 

It's not a matter of what socks "can be worn". It's a matter of what socks can you wear.  My day started at 0730 with two generals talking about maritime security.  I wore the socks above.  Not everyone would.  It's personal, and these things work for me: in context, I was wearing a worsted three piece suit with a spread collar light blue shirt, plain white PS and a subtly patterned burgundy tie i.e. classic business dress for the rest.  If your overall look is classic and sharp, a couple of dandy details are unlikely to offend.

 

But I think blues with khaki would work very well.  It's about what you feel awesome in.  

post #15216 of 19968
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Originally Posted by ap10046 View Post

Guys,
I know this must be a much repeated question, but I cannot scour 15,000+ posts for an answer..
What socks can be worn with different shades of Khakis in a fairly conservative office environment? I have run out of ideas with Argyle!
Navy? Light Blue?

almost anything solid.

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very nice, crusty.
post #15217 of 19968

Those are beautiful shoes.  I was just looking into Tyrwhitt shoes, how do you like them?  The price seems reasonable.  Is their quality and wearability up to par as well?

 

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x-post WAYWRN - Tyrwhitt (Loake) shoes, Pantherella socks . . .

post #15218 of 19968

^^ If I might chip in two pennr'th here: the Loakes I'm wearing above have been with me ten years.  I also have an Indian-made pair, and a pair of boots made for Tyrwhitt.  They are decent goodyear welted shoes, and I bought them because they fit and they looked nice.  At that price. their apparent durability has been a considerable bonus.

post #15219 of 19968
Jungleroller wrote "Those are beautiful shoes. I was just looking into Tyrwhitt shoes, how do you like them? The price seems reasonable. Is their quality and wearability up to par as well?"

In my limited experience (I own only two pairs of shoes from Tyrwhitt), I find that they have a reasonable price/value ratio. They are solidly made, and are (again, in my limited experience) Goodyear welted, so that they can be re-soled as needed. They are made for Tyrwhitt by Loake, which is not the most highly regarded of English shoemakers by the denizens of these fora, but, if you like the style, the shoes should serve well enough.
post #15220 of 19968
Like those tyrwhitts, Aldo think I've seen a brown/forest green pair around here somewhere

Lobb chambord in black meleze buffalo grain
Incos
Pantherella
post #15221 of 19968

Nice combos guys! 

post #15222 of 19968

what color are those laceS?

 

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post #15223 of 19968

I'd say something like lilac.  What?!

post #15224 of 19968

Thanks guys!  

 

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Originally Posted by mimo View Post
 

^^ If I might chip in two pennr'th here: the Loakes I'm wearing above have been with me ten years.  I also have an Indian-made pair, and a pair of boots made for Tyrwhitt.  They are decent goodyear welted shoes, and I bought them because they fit and they looked nice.  At that price. their apparent durability has been a considerable bonus.

 

 

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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

Jungleroller wrote "Those are beautiful shoes. I was just looking into Tyrwhitt shoes, how do you like them? The price seems reasonable. Is their quality and wearability up to par as well?"

In my limited experience (I own only two pairs of shoes from Tyrwhitt), I find that they have a reasonable price/value ratio. They are solidly made, and are (again, in my limited experience) Goodyear welted, so that they can be re-soled as needed. They are made for Tyrwhitt by Loake, which is not the most highly regarded of English shoemakers by the denizens of these fora, but, if you like the style, the shoes should serve well enough.

 

Back on topic:

 

AE Walnut Strands socks by Aldo (thanks wifey)

 

post #15225 of 19968

Dressed like a farmer today:

 

Brown suit, walnut strands.

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