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Which pair should i keep

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by housemaidsknee, Sep 11, 2004.

  1. housemaidsknee

    housemaidsknee Senior member

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    which one should i keep if i were to keep only 1 and why? which is better constructed? which looks better? can either be worn with a suit to an interview? can't seem to edit the poll part so i'm linking them here: 1. Polo 2. Moreschi
     
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    STYLESTUDENT Senior member

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    Am having trouble accessing the sites you reference. Might want to edit them so we can click on.
     
  3. AlanC

    AlanC Senior member

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    For an interview, I prefer the cap-toe, although the Polo would probably be a more versatile shoe, better suited for casual. Depending on the interview, though, you might consider black.
     
  4. housemaidsknee

    housemaidsknee Senior member

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    i have linked them in my first post - don't know how to go back and link them in the original poll.

    as for black for an interview, i have a couple of b-school interviews. some recommend business casual. those are the ones i had these shoes in mind for.

    for the more formal ones, i have a pair of ae's that i recently bought.
     
  5. AlanC

    AlanC Senior member

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    Then I would go with the Polos.
     
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    rsp1 Senior member

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    B-school interviews? As a recent MBA grad let me strongly suggest a suit unless specifically told otherwise.
     
  7. housemaidsknee

    housemaidsknee Senior member

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    there are one or two places that i am visiting - not interviewing.
     
  8. wicozani

    wicozani Active Member

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    I would keep the Polos. I like Moreschi but this particular model looks too stubby and squared off in the toe, and the brogueing does not really go with the character. I'm also not a fan of the Polo's styling, but I have several pair of these Italian-made RL Polo shoes and they are well constructed, use good leathers, and are very comfortable. Just be sure to order them 1/2 size larger than your usual size.

    Jeff
     
  9. housemaidsknee

    housemaidsknee Senior member

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    i have both shoes sitting here - tried on both and liked the polo. the moreschi seemed to be better constructed though so was unsure.
     
  10. retronotmetro

    retronotmetro Senior member

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    I have those Moreschis and like them a lot. They are better constructed than any of my non-English Polo shoes and are extremely comfortable. They will be very easy to resole due to the half-rubber sole, which also gives them really good traction. They are kind of stubby though. You will either like/get used to that, or not.

    I'd say keep whichever one fits and feels better.
     

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