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Shoes with cuffed jeans

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sharks9022, Jul 29, 2009.

  1. sharks9022

    sharks9022 Well-Known Member

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    I recently got some straight legged raw jeans and decided to cuff them. I need a new pair of shoes and was wondering what kind of shoes one typically wears with a cuffed jean. Is anything ok? Since the jeans are raw I'll probably be wearing these shoes very often for the next several months.
     
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    Goes with anything.
     
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    MyMorningJacket Well-Known Member

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    I like boat shoes w/no socks
     
  6. Jekyll

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    Look for shoes that say, "To be worn with cuffed jawnz," on the back of the box.
     
  7. sharks9022

    sharks9022 Well-Known Member

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    what about purcells
     
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    mulansauce Well-Known Member

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    what about purcells

    They are really only appropriate for badminton.
     
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    kick-ass boots
    purcells, or chuck/pf flyers
    I like wearing my Timberland Boot Co oxfords with cuffed jeans
     
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    They are really only appropriate for badminton.

    What if I'm playing badminton in my jeans?
     
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    What if I'm playing badminton in my jeans?
    Then you are a filthy pervert.
     
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    I have been wearing my jeans cuffed every day for 5 months and I've worn them with most shoes, w/no problems. The dressier the shoe, the weirder it will look, I think.
     
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    i used to wear the leather purcels, now i stick to black sambas. i like the 3 stripes.
     
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    white AF1s

    got me two per
     
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    clear AF1's, that way you can change the colors with your socks.
     
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    Serious answer - If you cuff a little higher you can wear boat shoes with no socks but I think that's a look that not everyone can pull off.

    If not you can not go wrong with Chucks, Purcells or PF Flyers. One of my favorite outfits is a white t-shirt, blue jeans and beat up white Chucks.
     
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    Depends how serious of a cuff you're talking about. If you're cuffing about 4 inches worth, then, personally, Boots /Chukkas all day homey. Otherwise, I think anything else will look pretty cheesy.
     
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    clear AF1's, that way you can change the colors with your socks.



    lol
     

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