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Are these Johnston & Murphy's too pointy/shiny for work? (Business Casual)

ajmanouk

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Supposedly you've been registered for over a year. How do you not know that these should be burned alive...
 

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Not too pointy or shiny. They are the dress shoe equivalent of this though

 
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Can someone point me in the right direction to something similar? I want something in the $100-150 range that have that patent look when shined...

Thank you
 

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I already have a pair of JM Meltons that look pretty identical to park aves. I was looking for something more less formal such as the delray
 

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