Home Rules Of Men's Dress New Rule: Rule 43 Rules Of Men's DressShoesStyle Advice New Rule: Rule 43 By fineyounggentleman - Apr 13, 2012 5 SHARE Facebook Twitter 43. It is impossible for a man to be considered well dressed if his shoes are in poor taste or of noticeably poor quality. For any good ensemble is built on a fine pair of shoes.
Exactly, there is a certain department store CEO here in Australia who immediately lacked credibility from the day I saw a photograph that showed his shoes. Not surprisingly I have never purchased a pair of shoes from his stores. However he did gain a small amount of credibility recently by stocking TM LEWIN at the same price as online.
As a follow up to my previous post I noticed today the shoes on one of our Green politicians who has recently announced his retirement. His shoes were abysmal – chunky rubber soles, unpolishable cheap black leather, some bizarre cross between business shoe, trainer or hikiing shoe. Totally lacking in credability – just like his politics and his shiny suit.
The way many American politicians dress is not much better than the sound of your Green party individual. Which is unfortunate, as you would hope they would want to set a good example. Luckily, our current and recent Presidents have all donned a suit quite well. Ex-Mayor of San Francisco, Willie Brown, was and still is quite well dressed as well. So I suppose all hope is not lost…
AMEN!!!! The first thing a smart girl does it look at a guys shoes. Bad shoes…see ya later
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