- Jan 6, 2016
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Pretty sure this is actually labelled as square toe on Farfetch. 'Blue calf leather 'Parigi' loafers from Salvatore Ferragamo featuring a square toe, a ridged rubber sole and a silver-tone Gancini bit at the front.'Definitely not square in the bad shoes of the 90s way.
What are all of your opinions on the Parigi loafers from Ferragamo? Would those qualify as square? They seem to teeter on it...
Pretty sure this is actually labelled as square toe on Farfetch. 'Blue calf leather 'Parigi' loafers from Salvatore Ferragamo featuring a square toe, a ridged rubber sole and a silver-tone Gancini bit at the front.'
But I mean there seems to be a bit more wiggle room when it comes to loafers. Then again I'd still avoid it to not seem like a 'stylish' drug lord (no offence), especially when they have many other good choices in the same price range.
Thanks, I usually don't wear tan as they seem to bring the visual attention to my feet, and I'm pretty short as well but it fits great sockless with a linen suit for a casual look. For loafers I usually swear by Meermin's, they don't have a huge range of selections but then again I don't wear a lot of loafers anyway. https://www.meermin.es/catalogo.php?idFamilia4=4&idFamilia3=1Yeah - I understand. I tend to like them, and I have two pairs that hold up really well [well I have four, but two I have yet to wear]. I grew a bit nervous seeing squarer toes on other shoes and how much I dislike it, but it doesn't seem as apparent on the parigis for some reason to me.
Your description may not be that far off...I have a red pair [first and one that I wear] and a 'mulberry' purple suede [still have not worn].
Any recommendations for a suitable replacement? Possibly one that has a little bit more of a heel or lift. I've recently come to the realization that I'm really not that tall and every quarter inch can help.
EDIT: PS I like the coloring on your shoes.