I'm confused now. Some people say this works well and some don't.I think for a business casual setting I'd go for the Hudson first, since it's more casual. Though the Clifton is a blucher, it's still a fairly formal blucher with the punch cap being the only decoration. I think I'd lean towards wearing it with a tie and odd jacket, while I could see wearing a wingtip blucher without a jacket or tie.
Honestly, though, neither would be my first choice for a business casual shoe. I'd gravitate more to nice loafers, monks, and plain-toe bluchers.
And for those people who say it does, it does work, and for those who say it does not, it doesn't work.I'm confused now. Some people say this works well and some don't.
I can't speak for others, just my own opinion.I'm confused now. Some people say this works well and some don't.
Can you give me some suggestions, specific models I mean.I can't speak for others, just my own opinion.
I'm trying to make a distinction between what shoes I would wear with business casual if they were in my closet already, and what shoes I'd purchase if I were trying to buy new shoes to go with business casual. In the former case, I'd wear either the Clifton or Hudson at least occasionally if I had 'em. In the latter case--that is, if I were in your shoes (pun intended)--I'd buy other styles first.