i have a shoe similar to this in a light/ chili brown color but i dont like the way it looks in black at all. they remind me of old man shoes (i apologize if you are an older gentleman, lol). not that looking "old man" is bad, but these just have a nursing home vibe to me. and the rubber soles make it even worse in my opinion. keep looking, you'll find something much better (as i did, PM me for the auction). what i got actually looks as if they've never been worn and they don't have rubber soles, either.I need a black business casual shoe. If you think it's in good enough condition, what is the most I should pay for it?
Does brown go with everything?"Black" and "business casual" seems like an odd pairing. Can't consider brown? I agree with Jordan about these looking much better in a brown.
What color pants would these go with?Matsuya- I have a pair of these in chili, and they are very comfortable. They are the Stockbridge model, made on the #4 last, and that last is considered by many here to be the most comfortable. It's not being made anymore, but there are lots of them around, maybe on the AE Ebay store.
I wear mine in with khakis as well as a poplin suit, and have also worn them with grey wool slacks. I have even considered buying a black pair, just to have a different color. I like them alot:icon_smile:
A dark brown works well with navy, gray and browns. You can wear it with most anything but black. Other shades of brown are a bit more finicky, but having a few different shades opens up a world of options.Does brown go with everything?
There is nothing wrong with rubber soles. They fill a certain need in the shoe rotation. Rubber soles are good for inclement weather.https://www.josbank.com/IWCatProduc...d=1&Section_Id=3600&pcount=&Product_Id=360992
I actually got those shoes, but they are backoredered and some people say not to go with rubber soles. So I might cancel the order.