shoe suggestions

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by spicolli1976, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. spicolli1976

    spicolli1976 Active Member

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    Hi everybody,

    I really appreciate all of your wisdom here on SF, and I am asking for some advice. I am looking to broaden my shoe collection, and looking for something different (not stupid looking) to go with my gray (light and dark) slacks and sometimes jacket.

    I currently have AE Veronons in brown, AE McAllisters in walnut, AE Hales in merlot, and a burgundy wingtip.

    I was considering the AE navy Neumok (I know this is considered a casual shoe), but I think it will look good with my gray slacks (business casual with button shirt, no tie and sometimes jacket).

    I am open to suggestions and advice. I'm looking in the $250 range, and open to other brands.

    Thanks!!!
     
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  2. Liquidus

    Liquidus Senior member

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    Have you considered branching out from AE into other popular brands? Meermin, Carmina, C&J...
     


  3. spicolli1976

    spicolli1976 Active Member

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    Thanks!!!

    Anybody else have any suggestions? It's much appreciated.
     


  4. facet

    facet Senior member

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    You don't seem to have anything in a plain toe, so maybe something like monk strap such as the norwiches or bostons or a plain toe blucher like the kenilworth? Any one of those in brown or black would add something different to your wardrobe.
     


  5. spicolli1976

    spicolli1976 Active Member

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    Great idea. I have been eyeing the Kenilworth. That would be a great add to the herd :)
     


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