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Blue / Navy dress shoes, slip-on - I'm flexible and open to some inspiration)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by rhd-style, Jul 13, 2013.

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    I hope this post is well thought-out and appropriate for the forum. I'm looking for shoes, both NWT or used (but in decent condition) are fine, and I'm really flexible in my search. I listed $150 as a rough guide, but I would spend more if it made sense, and I'd be perfectly happy to wear a cheaper used shoe as well. I'm building my professional wardrobe, but I suspect these will be a somewhat rare wear.

    The environment:
    It needs to be wearable in a relaxed corporate environment. To give context to what that means in my mind - At least half the men, even juniors, don't wear ties. Top shirt buttons are often undone. Suits are a requirement, but very few of the men would be in suits worth more than maybe $750. It's a professional/corporate environment, but it's in a fairly casual region.

    Here's what is flexible:
    - Price, within reason
    - The exact color (as long as it's blue / navy)
    - Style

    Here's what is not:
    - It has to be a slip-on, soft/comfortable
    - It has to be leather
    - I wear a 10 / 10.5 US, but would be okay with an 11 (after adding an insole)
     


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