Hip Dairy Farmer
What's wrong with the first picture?
But the idea is you are buying a piece of art that took some ingenuity to produce and some abstract atheistic idea to appreciate. Think of Picasso vs Terence Koh. Not the best analogy, but you get the idea.
Link?I was having some fun with that earlier. Don't tell anyone.
FWIW, he had an outfit on there beforehand where he was wearing only the SC with very bright Walts and some Nikes.
I thought it could appeal to some, and thought the camo blazer alone could be fairly cool in the right circumstances.
You know what I meant!Nothing wrong with that name. It's a very conservative and comfortable shoe that could work for an attorney or anyone needing a black oxford.
Probably very comfortable because of the flex sole. My Alden loafers are super comfortable and are great for long walks.
Also, it's a punchcap, so it's closest AE model would be the Fifth Avenue
how bout these for $4.5k?
All of them I've seen have had functional buckles as well, but their ability to make any difference in regards to shoe fit was dubious at best, even with several holes in the straps.All of my monks have functional buckles but I suspect that 90% of the ones you might see walking around are below the collective standards of the forum.
That's not true. On many quality shoes the buckle and strap are real. They are on my Aldens, anyway.
:LOLguy: I have walked past their london shop often, but never gone in as I don't feel trendy enough.There is a lot about Suit Supply that I like. I definitely like the way they look on people. I don't think I'll ever buy anything from them because nine tenths of their models are wearing sunglasses.