what shoes color to wear with khaki pants and light blue shirt?

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  1. animatedude

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    Black,Brown or white?
     


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  3. animatedude

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    what do you mean "Yes."? lol
     


  4. Needsmoreshoes

    Needsmoreshoes Senior member

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    Whatever you want - if they seem out of place when you look at them then don't wear them. The style of the shoe is more important than the colour, black shoes can work but it would need to be a suitably informal style of shoe to work against the formal colour. It also depends on the situation in which you are wearing them - semi-formal/smart-casual/everyday.

    In ascending order of formality I'd wear white sneakers, then some form of brogue/blucher, then some form of monkstrap but I wouldn't wear oxfords with chinos.

    Look through the archives of this blog - http://mostexerent.tumblr.com/ - he has a brilliant grasp of how to dress for different occasions, it should answer any worries you have.
     


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    Yes, any of them.
     


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    Brown, Tan, Burgundy , Walnut….. any lighter colours . I don't really like the look of black shoes with khaki pants.
     


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