I'm seeking advice on the next couple pairs of shoes I should add to my collection below. My workplace is truly casual (some even wear shorts in the summer), so I am at the upper end of formality if I wear chinos and a dress shirt, which is what I usually wear (or jeans). I do wear suits and sport coats occasionally outside of work, though I think for now I am covered for wear with suits. Obviously, big gaps in my collection are bluchers and loafers, and brown and burgundy calf or cordovan. I recently acquired and still haven't worn the Neumoks and Amoks, which I realize are perhaps not as essential at the moment. However, they were both good deals and fit well. Anyway, the styles I am considering are penny loafers, plain toe bluchers, longwing bluchers, and split toe bluchers, but please advise. Left to Right AE Neumok in snuff suede: Haven't worn these yet, but I really like them and they are very comfortable. I was initially worried that they were too close to the Strands, but I think they are sufficiently different. AE Strand in walnut calf: Don't have the guts yet to wear to work, which is a shame, because they are my favorite pair and fit perfectly. Have been great for wear with light colored suits and chinos. AE Park Avenue in black calf: Have served me well for my wedding and a bunch of interviews. ---------- Left to Right AE Amok in chocolate suede: Would've preferred a dainite sole, but they were cheap ($99) and look good in my opinion. Haven't worn yet. Chippewa Katahdin: Have been great winter boots. Sperry Top-Sider: Wear these on the weekends, and yes, even to work. I also have a really crappy pair of boots I wear in the snow, and a pair of tassel loafers that I am going to get rid of soon, so I didn't bother including them.