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Shoes for casual clothing

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by easy_golfing, Dec 10, 2011.

  1. easy_golfing

    easy_golfing Senior member

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    Most of the time I wear jeans, khakis, and cords with a polo untucked. In winter I wear sweaters and then tuck my shirt in so the shirt is not visible below the sweater. I was wondering, what sort of shoes would go well with this type of dress? I was thinking along the lines of some suede chukkas, but other than that I cannot come up with anything else. I'm not sure if it matters that my polos are untucked or not.

    Also, I am trying to keep cost around $300 if possible.

    Thanks
     
  2. cptjeff

    cptjeff Senior member

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    A few ideas.

    Camp mocs:
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    Bucks:
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    Saddle shoes (with or without the red rubber sole):
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    Penny loafer:
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  3. Master Squirrel

    Master Squirrel Senior member

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    I like AE sheltons and the Black Hills. Otherwise loafers and mocs.
     
  4. tsacain

    tsacain Well-Known Member

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    I was going to say penny loafers. I have a nice older dexter loaders in Cordovan that I use.
     

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