Are you a shoe-man or a suit-man

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by culverwood, Oct 12, 2009.

  1. culverwood

    culverwood Senior member

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    I know when looking at the opposite sex (or for some the same) we have our priorities be they the leg, breasts etc.

    In clothing we also have priorities so are you a shoe-man, suit-man, etc
     


  2. Francisco

    Francisco Senior member

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    I think i'm more into shoes... I believe that is also depends on if you really need to wear suit every day and often, I guess everyone needs to wear shoes right?
     


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    pabloj Senior member

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    I'm in for multiple perversions, but mainly shoes and accessories, then suits
     


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    I work my way down [​IMG]

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    shoes
     


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    MrBon Well-Known Member

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    Tuff vote... no matter what i wear... it ends... finishes... with foot wear. No matter what you wear, the eyes always defaults to the feet/shoes. I guess i'll vote SHOES... i believe the shoes always makes a statement about the character of the person... man or women.
     


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    I would have to go with shoes too. I'd agree that I can get a good idea about someone by their shoes.
     


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    WhateverYouLike Senior member

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    Tuff vote... no matter what i wear... it ends... finishes... with foot wear. No matter what you wear, the eyes always defaults to the feet/shoes. I guess i'll vote SHOES... i believe the shoes always makes a statement about the character of the person... man or women.

    +1 Shoes make the man.
     


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    I'm a sportcoat man myself.
     


  11. ajv

    ajv Senior member

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    Shoes before suits............humans wear shoes more often than suits.........
     


  12. culverwood

    culverwood Senior member

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    I'm a sportcoat man myself.

    For any tailored item take suit-man choice. I thought of adding other choices but the list could get too long.
     


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    I love suits, but I can wear nice shoes all the time.
     


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    Shuman. Shoes are like wheels on a car. They can transform the rest of what you're wearing dramatically.
     


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    Svenn Senior member

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    I've never understood all this interest in shoes[​IMG] ... it's the last thing people would notice and the most inconspicuous part of the suit ensemble. To me, the critical part of an outfit is the shirt collar/tie knot area, that area has to be perfect... the jacket and trousers can have fitting flaws without much notice.
     


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