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Bootcut vs straight with footwear

modual

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So i've been living in reg ralfs for over 6mths and have now ordered a pair of straight sven. I find most of my footwear works fine with the ralfs but want to know what kind of shoes / trainers work better with straight leg jeans.
 

BubblyMasquerade

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sneakers like onitsuka tigers and more athletic type sneakers look better with straight legs imo. Chucks and purcells give me this odd clown shaped feet thing but that is just probably because I have big feet. Big feet? go with athletic types. Smaller feet? Chucks
 

dizzhizz

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Join the Van bandwagon! If not, keep it clean and simple!
 

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A very sleek, low profile chelsea boot, for a dressier look. The jeans will stack nicely, provided they are long enough.
 

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