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Hey /fa/, I want shoes that don't look like these, but feel exactly like these. I don't even know what to search for.
What has the light weight and firmness and thin sole with minimal rise and curved toe of my indoor soccer shoes, but is also conservatively attractive for a business casual environment? Nonporous top and a durable sole that doesn't slip on wet metal preferred.
Not a lot of options in the low-heel-drop workplace shoe category... That's still a developing scene.
Vivobarefoot has a few choices, the Lisbon and the Ra, that meet business casual dress code - pic related. The have some dress boots that might work too.
Lems also has the Nine2Five which should blend in at the office in the dark brown or black. Also see their Mariner, which is a boat shoe that can work in a summer fit.
Hi, can anyone please ID these for me? Or at least the type of boot this is? Thanks!
>the only happy moments you have is when you're shopping and when you're on your own in your room surfing the internet
Ha /fa/, never posted in here before because I've never cared about fashion,but I need some help. I'm moving from Texas to Cambridge (going to Havard) and I need some advice on what kind of winter shoes and cost to buy. I've read a little bit online and a lot of people recommended LL Bean, but I'm not sure what's good/stylish. I don't mind not owning the most popular thing if it means spending less, but I just don't wanna look dumb. And the cost is another problem, I have a big green coat with orange sleeves, it was a gift, it looks kinda like a weird letter men jacket from a high school. What kind of coats/jackets do I need to survive the winter?
LL Bean boots are good for your typical slushy day walking through half-melted snow. Their traction is a little shitty, but you'll learn to walk without slipping. Most days, a simple pair of leather adidas sneakers is fine though.
Living in the city, you're not actually going to need some crazy technical winter coat. A **real** wool coat is an simple option. Or you could get a waterproof parka. LL Bean has plenty of coats as well. What's more important than a specific coat though is learning to layer. Layering is how you actually stay warm. Owning some think merino wool sweaters is more important that the specific coat you buy.
I mean if you want to be stylish and fashionable say no more because only one brand will do. Rick Owens. He manages to blend the lines between true beauty and art! If I was you I'd really be looking at acquiring a pair of SS15s they are truly everything you could ever want from a pair of shoes. As for the rest of your outfit will it would be simply absurd not to invest in more high quality Rick Ownes tailored goods such as the FW17 as a jacket and pants all in one. It would also be extremely cost effective so how could I not recommend it!
To YOU what makes a shoe look good or bad an example would be appreciated
The last one needs to burn edition
These are my current clark wallabees
I'm looking to get another pair, and I wanted fa's opinion. Do these look too big? Notice the toe bump? Should I go down another half size?
90% of your threads are useless and there's a similar percentage of assholes on this board with useless opinions, who aren't remotely constructive in their criticisms.
>inb4 op got made fun of in the waywt
I only really lurk here.
You have a shit board and it's your own fault. I hope you shitstains are proud of yourselves.
This board is full of people that dress like hobos or try hard hipsters and swear they're so stylish it's fun to lurk
Do you know where can i buy a futuristic ninja costume for adults?
No show socks look fucking terrible on me since I have pretty skinny ankles. What socks should I wear with shorts?
Your clothes. Give them to me, now.
does anybody know what hat this is? I'd be super appreciative, thanks.
been searching for a few hours but cant find shit. any help would be appreciated.
Are sworn virgins fa?