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"bone" colored suede shoes: what to wear with them

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Alias, Feb 12, 2004.

  1. Alias

    Alias Senior member

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    I recently scored a pair of bone-colored suede Ferragamos off of eBay (40 bux lol) and I'm running through some ideas of what to pair them with. (By "bone" I mean sort of off-white: not quite tan, but whiter than that.)

    I'll probably slog around in them with jeans, but they look too nice for that. Perhaps a lightweight, summer suit?

    Any help from the sartorial masterminds who frequent these boards would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. PeterMetro

    PeterMetro Senior member

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    I think you mentioned on a previous post that you have a seersucker suit. Well I can think of nothing better to wear with it than the shoes you describe.

    Obviously, these are summer shoes. I'd think that anything in that vein - khakis, linen pants, linen suits, etc - would work well.

    40 dollar 'gamos? Were they new? Why can't I find deals on eBay like that?
     
  3. Alias

    Alias Senior member

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    Well, they certainly looked new, but at that price, I'm not going to complain about some wear at the sole. They were 7.5 D. Just my size [​IMG] And this is the first good shoe deal I got on eBay. With my foot size, it's extremely hard to find anything besides the usual garbage people post on there. I don't own a seersucker suit, I just sorta asked about getting one. I was thinking about getting a linen one for the summer; perhaps these shoes would go with that quite nicely.
     

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