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Unless you hang out with a lot of other iGents, nobody will notice or care. They should be fine with a suit. This "rule" is virtually unknown outside the realm of the iGents.
I read that bluchers shouldn't be worn with a suit. Will these make decent work shoes with a suit?
I think it would be fine. But unless you already own the Cliftons, why not get the Fifth Avenue, a new perfed captoe AE is offering?
what about hampsteads? will they be okay for everyday wear at work with a suit? Seem a bit too grandpaish
I've certainly worn my chestnut Cliftons with suits, of the lighter, summer variety. If the Cliftons were of a darker hue, I would also wear them with more formal suits.
Nice shoes. I'm currently wearing a pair of AE Byrons and trying to spot the difference between it and the 5th Avenues. I guess the main differences are that the Byron is discontinued and the 5th Avenue is on a different last. Other than that, it's pretty much the same shoe. Either way, the Byron, Clifton, and the 5th Avenue are all nice looking and would all work with suits.