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Cap toe Derby with Jenas

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by stonewall1614, May 3, 2016.

  1. stonewall1614

    stonewall1614 Senior Member

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    Guys what do you think of a cap toe derby with jeans?

    Were talking about grain leather, dainite sole and overall chunky look.

    What do you think?
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    I was just reading a few things that the cap toe might be a bit formal, but I don't really know if I would call the Cheaney Tenterden a real formal shoe.
     


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    I think unless you're wearing a boat style or moc, you should wear socks. I think the above look isn't very good. I also think that type of shoe looks bad with rolled up pants. So, I think the shoe can work with jeans - assuming socks and not rolling the jeans.
     


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