Random fashion thoughts

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  1. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    I saw that -- this is going to be my first Uniqlo proxy order evar
     
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    DLester Senior member

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    I use shoe trees on my backzips and recommend that you do the same.
     
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    Venetian slipper-style loafers and opera pumps are pretty fuckin fresh. I like a sleek loafer with some cool trousers or a suede joint with cords.

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    I think there's an exact zen proportion for a caramel moc toe loafer that looks good, but I avoid them on general principle.
     
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    Cool, I will do that as soon as I stop looking at your avatar

    So it might be a minute
     
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    ^ Ya, if done right I think those loafers could be very cool as well!
     
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    I have a pair of Ralph Lauren (collection) black suede driving mocs, with gold buckles :hide:

    sometimes it's fun to be eurotrashy but I really don't wear them much anymore
     
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    I'll take eurotrashy over preptrad awfulness anyday but it's really the lesser of two evils.
     
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    You can google images. It's Acid, Bitter and Sad on SZ
     
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    Trying to venture beyond the safe and simple (you could say prep) aesthetic (Gitman, W+H, BoO, SNS, etc.) Any suggestions for new designers to look into while keeping the same tailored fit? Ervell has piqued my interest, but I suppose it is not too far from what I do already...
     
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    black loafers are a staple....
     
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    where can I buy a decent solid wood one for cheap?
     
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