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    fair enough, good point.
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    Black and brown...absolutely not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAWMEAN View Post
    Big fan of black suits but on the brown shoes I got to say 100% NO.
    Quote Originally Posted by Scott D View Post
    Absolutely not. A black suit NEVER EVER EVER NEVER EVER EVER NEVER NEVER EVER EVER EVER EVER NEVER looks good with brown shoes. If you want that dark look go with a dark blue suit with brown belt, brown shoes, and a complimentary shirt. Never black with brown.
    These. Absolutely not.

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    Taking back my statement...I was looking at blue suits + brown shoes; big difference
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    I like it. If you can pull it off nicely then go for it !!!!

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    Blue and brown...absolutely. Black and brown...doesn't work.
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    Any other color + brown is nice.
    Black and brown doesnt really work for me.

    Might.....JUST might work if you are tall and slender and pimpin a Kiton suit with a handmade pair of shoes.
    Dont try it if you are short, fat and have a broke ass suit on.

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    No brown shoes with a black suit. I have a hard time buying things that are black and brown in the same garment, but I'm slowly getting past that.
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    A week ago i would have said never ever. But after watching this video i changed my mind. That light brown shoe that he wore just look like it worked.



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    Wearing a black shirt with brown shoes is acceptable, as long as your belt is brown also. Wearing brown shoes with a black suit? NO, NO, NO. Matt Lauer wears that combo nearly every day, and it looks terrible. If you have enough money for a nice suit, you should have enough for shoes to properly match.

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