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post #32986 of 33197

I was wondering if I could get some help with something?

 

I am looking at getting another pair of traditional penny loafers. Pref. something that is ether goodyear welted or blake stiched.

 

I already have a pair from Allen Edmonds and Alden is a little out of my league price wise.

 

I was wondering if anyone could suggest any other brands under $400.

 

Thank you again,

post #32987 of 33197

I was wondering if I could get some help with something?

 

I am looking at getting another pair of traditional penny loafers. Pref. something that is ether goodyear welted or blake stiched.

 

I already have a pair from Allen Edmonds and Alden is a little out of my league price wise.

 

I was wondering if anyone could suggest any other brands under $400.

 

Thank you again,

post #32988 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Kevin24 View Post

I was wondering if I could get some help with something?

I am looking at getting another pair of traditional penny loafers. Pref. something that is ether goodyear welted or blake stiched.

I already have a pair from Allen Edmonds and Alden is a little out of my league price wise.

I was wondering if anyone could suggest any other brands under $400.

Thank you again,

Loding has some nice penny loafers. They are a French brand. I believe the shoes are made in Portugal. All goodyear welted.
post #32989 of 33197
I am looking to get a Navy Sport Coat (first one). Any advice on where to look? I am a slim athletic build. I would like to keep the cost at $400 or below.
post #32990 of 33197

I have a family/relative gathering to go to, and every year, dad makes us wear navy sportcoats. I have a medium blue linen sportcoat but I don't really want to wear white pants either just because I've worn the combo a bit and I want to try something different.

 

Any suggestions on pants/denim/slacks colors please? :censored: :fu: 

Thanks! :nodding:

post #32991 of 33197
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I have a family/relative gathering to go to, and every year, dad makes us wear navy sportcoats. I have a medium blue linen sportcoat but I don't really want to wear white pants either just because I've worn the combo a bit and I want to try something different.

Any suggestions on pants/denim/slacks colors please? censored.gif  ffffuuuu.gif  
Thanks! nod%5B1%5D.gif

Grey?
post #32992 of 33197
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Originally Posted by IChen View Post

I have a family/relative gathering to go to, and every year, dad makes us wear navy sportcoats. I have a medium blue linen sportcoat but I don't really want to wear white pants either just because I've worn the combo a bit and I want to try something different.

Any suggestions on pants/denim/slacks colors please? censored.gif  ffffuuuu.gif  
Thanks! nod%5B1%5D.gif

Red / pink

For inspiration, see here:

http://lookatmyfuckingredtrousers.blogspot.hk/?m=1
post #32993 of 33197
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I am looking to get a Navy Sport Coat (first one). Any advice on where to look? I am a slim athletic build. I would like to keep the cost at $400 or below.
Brooks Brothers when they are on sale.
post #32994 of 33197
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I am looking to get a Navy Sport Coat (first one). Any advice on where to look? I am a slim athletic build. I would like to keep the cost at $400 or below.
Spier and Mackay if it's in stock, ditto for ehaberdasher. Otherwise, Suitsupply.
post #32995 of 33197

Can anyone recommend a nice pair of brown cap toe shoes that have a decent heel height for under $400?  I looked at allen edmonds but they aren't as sleek as I prefer.  Thanks

post #32996 of 33197

Am I going to regret buying this if I don't want to own two different pairs of shoes for my tux?  It's patent and suede.  http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/herring/jive_oxford/black-patent-and-black-suede  Otherwise - any ideas for a different patent leather shoes in the 2-400 dollar range?CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

post #32997 of 33197
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Originally Posted by estranged View Post

Thank you for tips! I think I'll go with a burgundi loafers, need to think still if penny or tassel. My current collection is very 'weak', I just bought my first pair of shoes (quite large discount, Magnanni):


I know it's probably not considered the best first shoe, but I like it. Now I want to get this:


And a I guess a loafer.

Just trying to build a versatile shoe wardrobe.
Cool, is this burgundi, right?


Additionally, just grabbed the Blazer from Suitsupply. It's my first blazer, and I know I navy is recommended color, but I really liked this one after looking for 3 hours haha. I didn't need any tailoring so I consider it's lucky purchase. What do you think about the fit (ignore the shirt and shoes)?



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Originally Posted by Joenobody0 View Post

Sorry, but that blazer looks two sizes too small.

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Originally Posted by justonemore View Post


Fully agree....

That's how some people are wearing their jackets these days. It's definitely on the snug side and maybe one size up would be a good compromise. 2 sizes up and that jacket won't fit right either.
By the way, which suit supply cut is that?
post #32998 of 33197
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Can anyone recommend a nice pair of brown cap toe shoes that have a decent heel height for under $400?  I looked at allen edmonds but they aren't as sleek as I prefer.  Thanks
What is "decent" heel height?

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Originally Posted by JonSmythe View Post

Am I going to regret buying this if I don't want to own two different pairs of shoes for my tux?  It's patent and suede.  http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/herring/jive_oxford/black-patent-and-black-suede  Otherwise - any ideas for a different patent leather shoes in the 2-400 dollar range? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Honestly with the patent leather there already, I think you're going to find it hard to wear in any other situation.

Loake? I got lucky and was able to snag some C&J patent leather shoes from eBay.
post #32999 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Churchill W View Post


What is "decent" heel height?


Honestly with the patent leather there already, I think you're going to find it hard to wear in any other situation.

Loake? I got lucky and was able to snag some C&J patent leather shoes from eBay.

No, Cheaney.  I'm not planning on wearing them with anything but a tux.  But is this style going to be out of fashion in 10 years / appropriate for all black tie affairs?

post #33000 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Churchill W View Post


What is "decent" heel height?
 

 

Looking for 1.25" heel height 

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