Can someone reccomend a nice pair of brown loafers? Ive been searching for sometime and havent found anything too great. Please post a link if available.
“Like my loafers? Former gophers -
It was that or skin my chauffeurs”
What is that from!? That’s going to bug me now while I study…
Never mind, just hit me like a ton of bricks. Mr. Burns from the Simpsons. You suck, I win.
Brown, the color of cowards. Just kidding. I got a great pair from Cole Haan that I really like. If you’re flexible they sometimes have some great pairs on sale. I got a $200 pair for $100.
> Brown, the color of cowards.
Haha, that’s awesome.
In order to comply with the CFAI Standards of Professional conduct I should disclose that I recycled that from a Kids in the Hall sketch.
I just bought these in brown. Love em.
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I generally prefer moccasins over loafers. I’ll do lace-ups or monkstraps if I’m in a suit…otherwise, if business casual, I prefer moccasins or a very soft loafer.
There are many shoes out there, but from my personal experience, I can recommend Alden Cape Cods or Gucci moccasins, or the Ferragamo Parigi if you prefer a driver-style shoe. They’ve all been very durable and comfortable. They’re so comfy that I sometimes forget I even wear them.
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Great - Yeah mainly looking for something to rock with Jeans… Getting tired of sporting chucks every weekend
> What is that from!? That’s going to bug me now
> while I study…
The Simpson’s, it’s from Monty Burns singing “see my vest”
“See my vest, see my vest, made of real gorilla chest….”
Grown men wear boots and shoes with laces. Yes, this rules out and sort of sandals, flip-flops, loafers, slides, shoes with straps, velcro…
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