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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mfais, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. Bartleby Trout

    Bartleby Trout Senior member

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    Now, is this just a general rule with boots? I wear my chelsea boots without tucking or cuffing and I think they look good.

    Take these for example:
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    Do all boots like this require a cuff or tuck to be pulled off in a stylish way?
     
  2. Like The Waves

    Like The Waves New Member

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    Hey, so I'm going to be buying my first pair of Chelsea boots soon. I was looking into buying the Loake Bayswater, but was recommended the Cheaney Threadneedle by someone who works at the retailer from which I was going to buy the Bayswater. I couldn't find much information on the Cheaneys, so I was hoping someone might be able to shed some light on the differences between the two. I'll be wearing them largely with dark denim, though also the occasional suit, if that makes a difference. Thanks!
     
  3. kloss

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    its a coat with a "throne collar" or "stand collar." not sure if the two terms are equivalent...IS and MA+ make some.
     
  4. jmart154

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    Looking for suggestions on a pair of rugged lace-up black boots, combat or otherwise. Preferably boots that look good when beaten up, or already have that look to them. I appreciate all input!
     
  5. Bartleby Trout

    Bartleby Trout Senior member

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    Ebay it up. Great to start there.
     
  6. jmart154

    jmart154 Senior member

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    I tried! However I must say, searching "black boots" on ebay is not conducive to the condensed, specific style that I am looking for.
     
  7. Bartleby Trout

    Bartleby Trout Senior member

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    I usually use the browse function

    ALL used boots
    color black
    your size and width.

    You'll see everything. It's a great way to search.
     
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  8. J BAILEY

    J BAILEY Senior member

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    What's your price range?
     
  9. digga

    digga Senior member

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    I would go with the AF60 from Alden of Carmel. My favorite boot that matches your description.

    Unfortunately, you have to convince Adam to sell shoes to you. This is the only reason I don't own a pair.


    http://www.alden-of-carmel.com/Shoes-Black_Shell_Cordovan_Straight_Tip_Boot_169.htm
     
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  11. Bartleby Trout

    Bartleby Trout Senior member

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    Would these look weird with black jeans (not tucked in or cuffed)

    [​IMG]




    Thank you
     
  12. bigsink

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    New business casual wardrobe. Need to buy 2 pair of brown shoes (no intention of wearing black shoes/coats to keep costs down). I was thinking one dark brown and one medium brown. I wear dress pants and button shirts. Suit/Tie twice per year. I have a budget of $500 for 2 pairs of shoes. for each shoe.Any recommendations?
     
  13. crosswound

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    Trout those would look great
     
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  14. akatsuki

    akatsuki Senior member

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    Where can I get a Visvim 20L by proxy in Japan? Can't find any in black in stock anywhere.
     
  15. neutrino

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    Looking for a medium-heavy wool scarf, preferably navy or purple, something my girlfriend could wear [​IMG] Any recommendations apart from SNS?
     
  16. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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  17. Bartleby Trout

    Bartleby Trout Senior member

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    Is there a thread where i can state what i'm looking for to see if anyone is selling? I can't seem to find one at the moment, but I'm pretty sure there is one.
     
  18. crosswound

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    trout what those boots? lol that is wolverine 1000 mile in black.
     
  19. Bartleby Trout

    Bartleby Trout Senior member

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    I heard they run large so I'm on the lookout for some size 7 (or whatever fits a size 7 foot) shoe wear. I'm just trying to see what's available, I'm not looking to buy something right this second per se. They don't have to be boots either.
     
  20. crosswound

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    7? that is going to be super tight man i know i've tried on 7-8.5 don't ask why :)
     

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