Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.
I had the same exact thought, so got this
A little too much matching but it's fine.....
^ that's some serious coin for a belt but you don't have many options. A silver buckle would look awkward
I don't think this is necessary.
the belt buckle is quite far away from the buckle of one's shoes. That's a lot of matching. Although I DO approve of BOTH purchases... nice.
Of course it depends on what you are wearing but its much easier to have a matching belt. For example, business casual: navy slacks, ocbd, buffalo tan (gold buckle) monks. Belt?
Edit-pants with side tab adjusters
This is the reason why I would have to have silver buckles, I do not like brass buckles on my belts.
The matching belt on Mr. P is $435.
Pair the "equestrian" double monks (born quoting the buckles of riding boots) with bridle belts is fine,
Very worth it at 50% off....... Its construction is really top notch. Would not have paid full price though.
Its not on sale...$435.
you got it for 50% off? no wonder. Would have told you to purchase another pair of shoes for $435.
Got it during the founders sale.....
black. My taste in shoe color has come full circle. I am really digging black shoes right now
My mistake, I'm a founding member too and bought a few Drake ties but the shoes did not show up as on sale....weird.
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