- Nov 23, 2011
- Reaction score
EG / Kamakura / EG / Paraboot
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Thanks Gus. I've been sticking to OCBDs when wearing this, but will try out a blue end on end next time I try it on.Very nice. Try that with a blue end on end spread collar or pink OCBD shirt for something different.
I love corduroy suits and have had one in regular rotation since college in different colors. My current one is green.
"I always wanted to be a Tenenbaum, ya know?" If the Wes Anderson Friday Challenge ever comes back, ya boy is ready.
No, honored status removed.Ugh. Just seeing that I fat-thumbed and missed the second "n" in Tenenbaum. You'll forgive me, I hope.
Add me to the list of those that don’t get the Paraboot asthetic. Reminds me of some crap from stride rite my mother made me wear to church in the 4th grade.No, honored status removed.
I really like the fit, but i am not sure what the Paraboot add? Maybe i am missing something, but there are plenty of casual options that doesnt make you look like you are wearing old lady sneakers. For instance i think a pair of suede penny loafers would give casual vibes as well.
Me three!Add me to the list of those that don’t get the Paraboot asthetic. Reminds me of some crap from stride rite my mother made me wear to church in the 4th grade.
If you decide to buy a pair, think about it twice.Counterpoint: I like them.
May or may not be inclined to ever wear them myself but I think they work well in CD's fits and others. They provide that chunkiness that moves a CM fit closer to the other side of things.