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    I'm always confused about what sort of shoes to wear with jeans and dress shirt.

    I recently bought these shoes from Clarks:

    http://www.clarks.co.uk/p/26120480

    I'm thinking of exchanging them with these ones because I like these more, but would these be suitable?:

    http://www.clarks.co.uk/p/26119365

    Would any of these work with jeans and dress shirt or are they both too 'casual'?

    Thanks.
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    You can wear whatever you want.

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    (Original post by samzy21)
    You can wear whatever you want.

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    Thanks dude! What an incredibly helpful reply!
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    (Original post by muffingg)
    I'm always confused about what sort of shoes to wear with jeans and dress shirt.

    I recently bought these shoes from Clarks:

    http://www.clarks.co.uk/p/26120480

    I'm thinking of exchanging them with these ones because I like these more, but would these be suitable?:

    http://www.clarks.co.uk/p/26119365

    Would any of these work with jeans and dress shirt or are they both too 'casual'?

    Thanks.
    I dunno, maybe the first one is a bit better I think. It looks less sporty so I'm pretty sure it works with dress shirts and jeans.

    Either way, they work pretty well. I don't think they're too casual or anything. So, picking the second one won't make much difference




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    Sorry for the horrible grammar.
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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    I dunno, maybe the first one is a bit better I think. It looks less sporty so I'm pretty sure it works with dress shirts and jeans.

    Either way, they work pretty well. I don't think they're too casual or anything. So, picking the second one won't make much difference




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    Sorry for the horrible grammar.
    Thanks. I was thinking the same thing. Will probably stick to the top ones I guess.
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    (Original post by muffingg)
    I'm always confused about what sort of shoes to wear with jeans and dress shirt.

    I recently bought these shoes from Clarks:

    http://www.clarks.co.uk/p/26120480

    I'm thinking of exchanging them with these ones because I like these more, but would these be suitable?:

    http://www.clarks.co.uk/p/26119365

    Would any of these work with jeans and dress shirt or are they both too 'casual'?

    Thanks.
    When wearing jeans and a dress shirt ALWAYS and i mean always wear a more dressy looking shoe! Something like a wingtip, loafer, oxford shoe, chelsea boot.

    I see so many people ruining their whole outfit just by wearing the wrong shoes smh :facepalm2:
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    just be yourself

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    (Original post by a10)
    When wearing jeans and a dress shirt ALWAYS and i mean always wear a more dressy looking shoe! Something like a wingtip, loafer, oxford shoe, chelsea boot.

    I see so many people ruining their whole outfit just by wearing the wrong shoes smh :facepalm2:
    alright then sir :rolleyes:
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    Does it really matter? They look near identical to me.

    And "more suitable" for what? For other people judging you? "Jeans, dress shirt, and shoes without a blue trim? Ewwwww".

    I like to think that people are a little less retarded than that, and those that defy my expectations obviously aren't worth hanging out with lest they drag you down into their pathetic and superficial lives.

    Can't go wrong with a pair of Doc Martens :fyi:
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    do you
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    You can, but the sort of person who is impressed by dress-shirts will think you're a pillock for sporting sneakers as shoes, and the sort of person who is impressed by sneakers will think you're a pillock for wearing a dress-shirt: and they'll both be right.
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    (Original post by mariam687)
    alright then sir :rolleyes:
    Shh I'll beat you up :smug:

    Go on try me.
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    (Original post by a10)
    Shh I'll beat you up :smug:

    Go on try me.
    yhyh whtever ahahahah

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    yh I will try m8
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    (Original post by mariam687)
    yhyh whtever ahahahah
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    yh I will try m8
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    you gonna get bluku bye bye :rofl:
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    (Original post by a10)
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    you gonna get bluku bye bye :rofl:
    fine u use chip on me

    but
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    u aint no badman
 
 
 
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