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Originally Posted by Churchill W View Post

Really depends on context. I'm assuming you mean leather/suede and not sneakers?


I don't own any sneaker only leather/suede shoes.

 

They are like this one but in Blue color so should I buy them or not?

 

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Is the Apple Watch considered stylish or should a gentleman wear a traditional watch?

 

post #31548 of 33197
^ No. Yes.
post #31549 of 33197
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Originally Posted by NewToSuits View Post
 

I'm new to this world and I wanted to know if Blue shoes are acceptable or it's a no go?

 

Thanks.

 

There are definitely people in "this world" who have and wear blue shoes.  It depends very much on the setting in which you'd be wearing them. 

post #31550 of 33197
To me blue shoes are a staple for any wardrobe. Ferragamo and Miu Miu
post #31551 of 33197
@shoelover these look like my C&Js[IMG]
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post #31553 of 33197
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Originally Posted by shoelover View Post

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Is the Apple Watch considered stylish or should a gentleman wear a traditional watch?

That's not bad, but if you don't feel elegant wearing it (or else you wouldn't be asking), then don't wear it for occasions that call for any degree of elegance. Make it your casual wear watch.
post #31554 of 33197
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@shoelover these look like my C&Js[IMG]

Those look great! Mine are a bit darker and have just a plain cap, but yes, very similar.

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@shoelover what are your favorite shoe brands?
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@shoelover what are your favorite shoe brands?

I like Allen Edmonds because they are high quality, but also accessible, easy to find, etc. Alden is great too, but my fave is C&J.
post #31557 of 33197
I like C&J also, but I am a Gucci, Ferragamo, Prada nut. I have a few older pairs of Aden but my overall style has swithedto European
post #31558 of 33197
How do the Italian shoes measure up to English/American shoes as far as build quality, durability, etc?
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IMO they are lighter and generally narrower which I like because my foot width is narrow. The leather is generally softer. I have a couple of pairs of Gucci bit loafers that feel like butter on my feet. One pair is a grain rubbers old that I have been wearing in the rain for years. So highly durable with full shoe trees.
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Is it easy to sew the stitching back into its proper place?

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