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Shoe trees, conditioner, and polish should help. But creases are entirely natural in shoes, they'll never go away entirely.

Agree with all this.

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Would it be worth it to pick up these shoes brand new for $40? Or stay away?

 

http://www.amazon.com/Johnston-Murphy-Mens-Emery-Oxford/dp/B00170DE8W

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Can someone please recommend nice dress shoes (around $400) that are good for narrow feet? I'm looking for some options other than Allen Edmonds.  Thanks.

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Check Carmina in the Simpson last
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Originally Posted by shades9323 View Post

Would it be worth it to pick up these shoes brand new for $40? Or stay away?

http://www.amazon.com/Johnston-Murphy-Mens-Emery-Oxford/dp/B00170DE8W

Sure, you could do worse for 40 bucks.
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Is there a thread where we can post a picture of for example a pair of pants, and ask for tips of other pieces of clothing that together would make a good looking outfit?
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Is there a thread where we can post a picture of for example a pair of pants, and ask for tips of other pieces of clothing that together would make a good looking outfit?

Yes. You are in it.
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Yes. You are in it.

Thank you.
I just bought this one. It is 100% wool. flannel. Im just not sure how this would fit into a "perfect" outfit.

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Thank you.
I just bought this one. It is 100% wool. flannel. Im just not sure how this would fit into a "perfect" outfit.


Good thing they're flannel, because otherwise those pants would look too much like orphaned suit trousers.

I'd wear them like any grey flannel trousers- with navy blazer, light colored shirt, etc. They could work with corduroy or tweed sportcoats, if there's enough contrast- though I'm not too sure about it...

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Good thing they're flannel, because otherwise those pants would look too much like orphaned suit trousers.
I'd wear them like any grey flannel trousers- with navy blazer, light colored shirt, etc. They could work with corduroy or tweed sportcoats, if there's enough contrast- though I'm not too sure about it...

I got a blue navy flannel jacket. Maybe that wood go well with it! I'll test it!
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Thank you.
I just bought this one. It is 100% wool. flannel. Im just not sure how this would fit into a "perfect" outfit.


White shirt.
Nice shoes.
Get them hemmed/cuffed properly.
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post

White shirt.
Nice shoes.
Get them hemmed/cuffed properly.

I'll get them to my tailor.
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I'll get them to my tailor.

Don't forget, wear or bring a proper pair of shoes. Don't go there with sneakers/flip flops/boots.
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Don't forget, wear or bring a proper pair of shoes. Don't go there with sneakers/flip flops/boots.

I just deliver them there with my own measurements.
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I just deliver them there with my own measurements.

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