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Belt to go with burgandy cordovan?

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by jacksonkeeper, Mar 14, 2019 at 1:26 PM.

  1. jacksonkeeper

    jacksonkeeper Well-Known Member

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    hat belt/belt color do you wear with burgandy cordovan?

    Burgandy leather or would it be off?

    Any place to get a burgandy cordovan belt for relatively cheap?

    The shoe in reference I have is the Allen Edmonds Dalton burgandy cordovan
     

  2. breakaway01

    breakaway01 Distinguished Member

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    No need to match your belt exactly with your shoes. Burgundy or brown will be fine.
     

  3. Anachronist

    Anachronist Senior Member

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    Nice opportunity to buy a burgundy cordovan belt. Breakaway is right, the belt should try to be matched color-wise to the shoes (doesn't have to be a perfect fit when putting shoes and belt next to each other, but should be close enough to appear similar when worn). Cordovan belts cost a lot compared to their calf-skin brethren, admittedly, but the two (one in black, one in oxblood/burgundy) I treated myself to many years ago have easily outlived any other belt I owned and still look beautiful. A worthy investment if you already afford yourself cordovan shoes.
     

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