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Help with first pair of nice shoes!

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by StraitUpSuburbs, Oct 28, 2012.

Two good pairs, or one great pair?

  1. Two good pairs, black and brown

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  2. One great pair

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  1. StraitUpSuburbs

    StraitUpSuburbs Active Member

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    So I'm going to get my first authentically relatively nice pair of shoes for Christmas. The conundrum is that I am unsure whether to put my entire budget towards one really nice pair, or two good pairs. The two good pairs would be one black, one brown or burgundy. I have a budget of about $400-$600, so if anyone could give me insight that'd be great. Particularly I've been eyeing a pair of Salvatore Ferregamos in a Dark Brown that I find gorgeous, but think that only one pair wouldn't be versatile enough, and that if I wore them everyday since they'd be my main pair, they'd wear out quicker. My current my main shoes are a set of Johnston and Murphy XC4 Penny Loafers with Chinos and jeans, and a pair of Florsheim Saddle-Shoes with Suede base for with Jeans. Both are already showing wear with 2-3 months of wear, and the J&M have already been brought in for polishing and such. I don't know if that's atypical, so I look to you all for guidance. The penny loafers are a dark brown as well.
     

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