Black shoes w/ jeans--which one guys?

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    Black shoes w/ jeans--which one guys?

    I'm partial to black shoes to go with jeans that DON'T necessarily look like shoes you'd wear in an office. I work in a formal office all day every day, the last thing I want to do is wear my work shoes while I'm out having fun...

    But on the same token, I need them to be classy and wearable in a club setting...All of these options are under $150 btw--so if you have any other suggestions pls keep that and the above note in mind...Thanks!

    Option #1
    Cole Haan Air Everett Bicte Oxford at Zappos.com



    Option #2
    Stacy Adams Santino at Zappos.com


    Option #3
    Frye Jeffrey Oxford at Zappos.com


    Option #4
    Josef Seibel Sander at Zappos.com



  2. #2

    I'm really liking #4.

    #2 will need to be worn with super dark wash jeans.

  3. #3

    Yeah I think #2 is my least favorite. Thanks for the response.

  4. #4

    I like #3 most of those

  5. #5

    anyone else?

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    option 5



    option 6



    both will look awesome with jeans and help you acheive a developed style, while looking more casual then something you'd wear to the office.

    They'll also never leave you feeling over-dressed or horribly under-dressed in any situations where you would be wearing jeans.

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    Thanks for the input SG--but I'm actually looking for black shoes in this case. I already have some browns. Any recommendations for black shoes or are you against black shoes w/ jeans?

  8. They're all absolutely god awful, get a females advice

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    With shoes, go for some edge. Especially when you go out at night. These shoes above are all "average" in my opinion.

    Try Mark Nason shoes. They are bit expensive, but women will notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBC View Post
    Thanks for the input SG--but I'm actually looking for black shoes in this case. I already have some browns. Any recommendations for black shoes or are you against black shoes w/ jeans?
    Not a fan of black with jeans, Black is a formal color, works well for business and more formal functions.

    Jeans on the other hand are casual, so pairing them with casual tones works better.

    The same reason a casual jacket, like a tweed or a corduroy looks better with jeans then a charcoal suit jacket.

    I dont believe in wearing individual items that have an 'edge' or that 'pop', I believe in building an image, every piece in my wardrobe makes sense, and when I'm wearing them I have reasoning behind all of it. Edgy clothing will be edgy for a little while, then when they clubs are flooded with it it wont be edgy anymore.

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