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    A blue leather shoe?

    Hey, guys, I had a thread about green shoes (and the right shade) - thanks to those that joined in.
    What about a blue dress leather shoe? not a suede job (they're quite common). You very rarely see a good blue shoe.
    And would you wear them with a black trouser (yes) brown (possibly) definitely not green!
    here's 3 links ...just to get the ball rolling

    https://uk.pinterest.com/pin/206673070377781047/
    https://uk.pinterest.com/pin/206673070376541490/
    https://uk.pinterest.com/pin/206673070376397076/

    these three are particularly fine. and hard to beat...

    look forward to your opinion...

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      #3
      good call, sir... I always wonder what such a shoe looks like after a few months of wear. they never show you that!

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        #4
        AE Strandmok.

        https://www.professorhorseyhead.com

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          #5
          They look great with various shades of grey. I wouldn't wear a navy shoe with black trousers at all, although I doubt you'll ever find me in black dress pants anyways.

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            #6
            OP seems to have a thing for Prada.

            I'd rather have a pair of these:

            http://dhb3yazwboecu.cloudfront.net/...vy_80250_l.jpg
            http://www.carminashoemaker.us/monk-...van-navy-80250

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              #7
              Probably not very versatile, but I love the wholecuts from Carmina.

              http://www.carminashoemaker.us/mens-...dovan-navy-910

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                #8
                i have a green pair of allen edmonds neumoks, from shoe bank. i think they were $147. they have blue ones too.

                I really like them! it's neat to figure out good things to wear them with.

                it isn't that nice of a shoe in many ways, but it's kind of a neat little style joke. a green formal shoe made out of squishy leather with no lining, and no insole. kind of a useless anachronism. It is also kind of amazing.

                it gets a lot of surprisingly good attention, which is weird because half of the time I wear it I feel like most people would think that I look foolish.

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                  #9
                  HI

                  A big yes to the combination of blue shoes with a black trouser. For more classy look wear a crisp white shirt.
                  Flourish this look in any event or occasion.
                  Good Luck!

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by devastitis View Post
                    Eh? sorry I don't get it. I posted 3 links: 1. Prada (I don't really care who makes 'em - but if they look like this!) 2. Paul Smith & 3. an Esquivel.
                    As far as a 'monk-strap' goes ...not my thing I'm afraid. as far as I'm concerned the only buckle on a man's footwear should only be on a biker-boot https://uk.pinterest.com/pin/206673070376996731/ each to his own

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by dpark View Post
                      Probably not very versatile, but I love the wholecuts from Carmina.

                      http://www.carminashoemaker.us/mens-...dovan-navy-910
                      Loving these..!

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by evanparker View Post
                        i have a green pair of allen edmonds neumoks, from shoe bank. i think they were $147. they have blue ones too.

                        I really like them! it's neat to figure out good things to wear them with.

                        it isn't that nice of a shoe in many ways, but it's kind of a neat little style joke. a green formal shoe made out of squishy leather with no lining, and no insole. kind of a useless anachronism. It is also kind of amazing.

                        it gets a lot of surprisingly good attention, which is weird because half of the time I wear it I feel like most people would think that I look foolish.
                        Never care what people think. who says they have good taste? if you like them wear them..!

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by ouime View Post
                          Loving these..!
                          Agreed; those are incredible.


                          Looks like I'm saving up my Uber paychecks for a bit longer.
                          https://www.professorhorseyhead.com

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by ouime View Post
                            Eh? sorry I don't get it. I posted 3 links: 1. Prada (I don't really care who makes 'em - but if they look like this!) 2. Paul Smith & 3. an Esquivel.
                            As far as a 'monk-strap' goes ...not my thing I'm afraid. as far as I'm concerned the only buckle on a man's footwear should only be on a biker-boot https://uk.pinterest.com/pin/206673070376996731/ each to his own
                            Referring to this.

                            http://threads.dappered.com/showthre...l=1#post242677

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                              #15
                              Caught me bang to rights Sherlock. I've posted 2 Prada photographs in the 5 months of being on this forum, but in my defense ...not that I need to defend anything I don't care who the manufacturer of a product is if the product is good quility. And besides, once your feet are in the shoe no-one knows its origin, lol... but I thank you for your valuable contribution to the thread.

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