What about this picture in better lighting. I'm asking this because I really wasn't aware of this shoe being made in chili.
You guys think these can successively be worn without looking like I'm about to start trekking the Pyrenees?
Went home over the past weekend and found them in the bottom of my closet. From 2002, when they
were still stitching these tough pups in England. I'll wear them regardless this winter as they're great boots and still look good, but I'm in need
of a second opinion as to whether they can be sported with something like a pair of slim fitting jeans and an ocdb without looking like an ad from Dick's Sporting Goods...
Question about 80's jackets
Guys, when I was a young man, single, fresh out of university in the early 1980's, earning a good salary, I bought what was cool at the time. And what was cool was what I saw on TV and on the big screen....... Miami Vice and Richard Gere in American Gigolo. Those three men, Don Johnson, Philip Michael Thomas, and Richard Gere defined for me what I needed to look like to be a chick magnet. LOL !
So I bought alot of pieces with that distinctive 80's look. Low Gorge, Very low button stance, and very baggy fit. I have some Armani, Boss, and Parachute pieces. I don't wear them any more, just keep them around for sentimental purposes. Life back then was far simpler when all you had to worry about was where the next party was, what you were going to wear, and what women you could pick up.
So my question is... Does anyone foresee at any time in the next 50 years when this 80's style could return?
I hate to just throw this stuff out. I could give the stuff to my 21 year old son in the event that the stuff becomes trandy again.
What do you think?
Anything's possible. And an interesting enough question that it deserves its own thread IMO (and perhaps broadened beyond the 80s).
I could see low gorges coming back...the low button stance and baggy fits...well...less likely, but of course possible.
And ultimately, it'll depend on how well they fit your son if/whenever those styles do come back.