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Story mfg, Orslow, and Indy.
Story mfg, Orslow , and Indy.

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I don’t really understand the footwear choice here. I like the shirts and pants, they obviously give of a vintage/ handmade craftsmen-ship vibe, but then the Indys look overly structured and barely worn. I feel like there’s so many better footwear choices that would work here.
 

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I don’t really understand the footwear choice here. I like the shirts and pants, they obviously give of a vintage/ handmade craftsmen-ship vibe, but then the Indys look overly structured and barely worn. I feel like there’s so many better footwear choices that would work here.
Like?
 

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Worn in canvas sneakers, suede work boots (something like Visvim Virgils) or even Birkenstock’s off the top of my head. Anything that has a more relaxed, vintage feel.
Yeah, I can definitely see that. Good ideas
 

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I don’t really understand the footwear choice here. I like the shirts and pants, they obviously give of a vintage/ handmade craftsmen-ship vibe, but then the Indys look overly structured and barely worn. I feel like there’s so many better footwear choices that would work here.
Kind of agree with you, but wearing them more frequently now to break in those boots.
 

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