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What shoes with this genuine croc belt?

604Coast

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Just recently I purchased this belt from Fstyles on B&S (thanks again Frank):


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My plan is to wear this belt casually this summer, and thus am after some driving moc/loafer that would either match or complement the tones in this belt. I was thinking perhaps a beige suede or trying to find a similar toned leather loafer. Suggestions please, pics/links are a bonus. Price range is lower $100 tops.

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Nice belt.

The nice thing is that there are so many tones in croc that you can pair it with most shares of brown /tan/cognac/beige/even red/chestnut and have it look great without being too matchy-matchy.

At least that's what
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I bought these loafers from Sartorialism...I dont think theyll match. Opinions?
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Originally Posted by asdf
Nice belt.

The nice thing is that there are so many tones in croc that you can pair it with most shares of brown /tan/cognac/beige/even red/chestnut and have it look great without being too matchy-matchy.

At least that's what
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says. I tend to agree.


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Originally Posted by 604Coast
I bought these loafers from Sartorialism...I dont think theyll match. Opinions?

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How about something in a similar brown suede. The colors compliment/match each other but you aren't a match with the skin.
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy
How about something in a similar brown suede. The colors compliment/match each other but you aren't a match in the skin.

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Wow. That shoe/sock/pants combo is just perfect.
 

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Originally Posted by 604Coast
I bought these loafers from Sartorialism...I dont think theyll match. Opinions?
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Is that where you attach the motor?

In all seriousness though, the belt's nice and would pair with any shade of brown in the same tonal family (on the yellowish side if the picture is to be trusted). Maybe whiskey colored?
 

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The suede might be a good look, thanks for the suggestion PG.
 

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LV croc shoes of course!
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Don't forget the matching croc hat too!
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Just a touch too matchy matchy
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