OK. Probably done this now but just check out some of the hairstyles on show here - both from 1964.
What struck me about the top one is how very similar we looked at Blackpool on Easter Monday 1972 - eight years later! It was as if we had come full circle. (Hair length, Fred Perry, V- neck pull-overs, trousers - it's all there, only slight changes in nuance)
Gsvs5 - with regard to shoes, the first shoes I noticed as an impressionable 13 year old were tan brogues. I immediately went home and asked if I could have a pair ( I didn't even know what they were called and described them, to puzzled looks, as 'those shoes with holes all over them'.) I think my Mum was thrilled that I wanted something so classy and I was taken to get a pair. Thinking back they were really nice and must have been quite expensive. The only shoes that I can specifically remember owning before that was a pair of suede, slip on Hush Puppy's. They were probably quite trendy at the time but made my feet sweat so much the skin started to peel off! I think that was the reason I was bought proper leather brogues, which then became the shoes I wore to school and everywhere else (these were the days when we only had 2 pairs of shoes - at 13 years old I was bought a pair of heavy boots for 'playing out' to save my school shoes and these later became my first 'skinhead' boots.) I was still proudly wearing those brogues with light coloured sta-prest about 3 years later.
Are the 'Comos' you refer to the same style as Oxford toe caps?