Can these shoes be worn with both a black and dark brown belt?

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  1. bjornb17

    bjornb17 Senior member

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    They can be worn with whatever you want. If you're going to wear a jacket/sweater, then no one will see the belt anyway. If you want to go strictly by the "belt should match shoes" "rule," then no; they should go with a black belt.
     
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    Only choice is black
     
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    Not true.
    These shoes are to be worn with a black belt or no belt at all.
     
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    Ok, thanks for the input. What do you think about the shoe itself? I haven't really seen a brown sole on a black shoe before (usually its backwards) but i think it looks pretty sharp.
     
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    They look fine. There are black shoes with brown soles and there are black shoes with tan inners, red inners, and several other colours. Nothing to be concerned about.
     
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