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brown loafer help

sartorially senseless

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hey guys, looking for a pair or 2 of brown loafers ... was thinking a leather and a suede, or at least two different shades of brown

anyone have any suggestions for similar styled shoes as the attached, but a lesser price tag (these are both USD300+ each)

 

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Not going to find many suggestions for shoes under $300 here. At least not pairs of shoes
 

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Got to tell you that my mileage varies on AEs.
 

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hey everybody. as my current pair of casual dark brown leather slip-on loafers (cheap bass shoes) are starting to wear themselves out, i'm beginning to contemplate my next pair of shoes. i'd very much like to upgrade to a higher quality pair. these would be shoes i'd be wearing 99% of the time with jeans, but would occasionally be wearing with a more business casual look (slacks, perhaps a sportcoat).

i'm hoping for your suggestions. i'd prefer to keep to loafers (not penny loafers or tassled loafers) as i'm not the biggest fan of boots, and particularly don't like chukkas. that said, i have no doubts that if anyone can, this group of esteemed gentlemen could certainly convince me of something outside my typical line of thinking.

thanks in advance!
 

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ok, now that i've been moved to a thread i already read and found to not be particularly helpful, any stylistic suggestions?
 

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i think, as i've looked through a bunch of shoes (and i do mean a LOT of shoes), i'd be interested in a shoe with a similar layout to a pair of monks, except without the strap. does such a thing exist?
 

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