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What are you wearing today with the focus on shoes

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What shoes do you wear everyday, which ones do you favour etc. I cannot post pix at this time but will when I can.
I am here to learn so is here is my list, all dress shoes, black and always polished, shoe trees etc.

1. Cole Haan blutcher
2. Salvatore Ferragamo (x2 monk, 1 blutcher, 1 polis boot)
3. Peal & Co Monk (C&J me thinks)
4. Allen Edmonds Mora x2 love them
5. Barefoot on the weekends at home or J&M boat shoes.

I take good care of them and they wear like iron, I do like the Mora.
I thought loving good shoes was only a girl thing, lol.

TG
 

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I was just thinking that this forum needed more shoe threads.
 

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My bad, thanks for the link Michigan.

I love good shoes that make my feet feel great, because when my my feet hurt everything hurts.

The 1st thing women look at when it comes to clothes is shoes, I did find that in the search and it is so true.

Most guys have no clue as I have several friends that will spend big $ on clothes and buy cheap shoes.

I spend the $ on shoes for me.

TG
 

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