What do you think about these shoes?

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    Your link is all f*ck up.
     
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    Will you be wearing these with a tuxedo?
     
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    You get what you pay for [​IMG]
     
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    They are very nice shoes, although they don't look exactly patent leather. More of a high polished leather. Regardless, they're appear to be well designed and constructed. Wether wearing them with a tuxedo or an appropriate suit, you should look well heeled. TBP
     
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    Will you be wearing these with a tuxedo?

    With a black suit to a wedding. People don't wear tuxedos here really.
     
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    With a black suit to a wedding. People don't wear tuxedos here really.


    Oh God. No.
     
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    I think they don't measure up, especially on SF, could be wrong though . . .

    I personally don't like patent leather in the first place . . . . even with a tuxedo . . .
     
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    I think they don't measure up, especially on SF, could be wrong though . . .

    I personally don't like patent leather in the first place . . . . even with a tuxedo . . .


    Basically someone gave me a nice new patent leather Ferre belt as present but I have no matching shoes and don't plan to wear a tuxedo.
     
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    If buying shoes from CT, remember to size down 1/2 from what they list as your "UK Size."

    (I'm a US 10.5 and bought a UK 10, which is exactly 1/2 a size too big.)
     
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    Basically someone gave me a nice new patent leather Ferre belt as present but I have no matching shoes and don't plan to wear a tuxedo.


    Do you really want to keep the belt? Was it from someone special? Can you exchange it?
     
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    If you are not a paramour of style, when you wear patent shoes, people will think they are rented.
     

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