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Green suede shoes for casual wear?

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by estranged, May 5, 2016.

  1. estranged

    estranged Well-Known Member

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    Hello guys, I am very new into leather shoes, and recently bought dark brown double monks for my business casual outfit.

    I am now looking for something to wear more casually, also during spring/summer season. I found 2 pairs for Santoni suede boots which are 50% off. I personally like green ones, but i am not sure if they won't be too aggressive for casual wear.

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    Which one's do you think are better for casual wear? I am learning towards green ones because they are high boots, and will i be able to combine them easily with jeans and other casual outfit?

    p.s. should have posted in question/answer thread, sorry about that.
     
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  2. Murlsquirl

    Murlsquirl Well-Known Member

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    I've moved your thread to the new Menswear Advice Forum, where you'll get more useful advice and where other members with similar questions can benefit from your having asked.

    They both work for casual wear and you can easily wear them both with jeans. The brown are more versatile, but if you like the green more, go for those. Just a matter of what you need/want.
     
  3. JSFrieschskys

    JSFrieschskys Well-Known Member

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    Go bold. Those green shoes are rad.
     

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