I'm 45 and have never owned a quality pair of shoes. Due to the nature of my job I spend most of my time around first responders in uniform. I have to walk a fine line because I want to look professional and wear quality clothes, but at the same time if I show up wearing cufflinks and a three-piece suit to a volunteer fire station or Sheriff's dept. substation it would be distracting to say the least. I want to look good, but not have my clothes be the center of attention. I normally dress in what I would consider business casual. Slacks or chinos and a starched button down dress shirt, nice sweater over top in the winter. My entire wardrobe needs to be upgraded, but I'm going to start from the bottom up with the pair of nice shoes. My budget is $200-$300. I'm drawn to cap toe oxfords and almost pulled the trigger on a pair of dark chili AE Park Avenues from the shoe bank. The problem is they are a little on the dressy side. I would love something in the middle between the Park Avenues and Overlords. I read somewhere that you need to dress for the style you want. If I could wave a magic wand my style would be 60% James Bond 40% Indiana Jones. I just have no idea how to get there. I'd really appreciate some suggestions. Thank you!