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    Question Slim fit jeans (pic inside), shoe suggestions?

    Hey guys, so because of my body type slim fit jeans haven't exactly been my style in the past, but when I was in LA a few weeks back I decided to pick up a pair to switch up my style a bit. Just looking for some suggestions of what sneakers/shoes/boots would look best! This isn't my favorite picture but it's the only decent one I have of me wearing them.

    Note: they're not really that shiny, the flash brings it out lol

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

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    Some dark colored loafers. I'm a big fan of the ferragamos.
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    Wow, those are some super shiny jeans ya got there, lol.

    But seriously, do yourself a favor and never again wear slip-ons/drivers/loafers with slimmer fit jeans. If you want impeccable style than match those jeans with lace up shoes.

    When you see someone with loafers and slip-ons with slimmer more fitting jeans it looks amateur at best. The next time you're at an event, make sure that you're impeccably dressed and wear lace-ups. Trust me, everyone will notice and pay more attention to you. The genie shoes that you have on in the pic should never again be worn with those jeans.

    Also, the jeans are too long which is why you have all the crinkles and creases. Buy a pair that fit you better length wise. Slimmer fit jeans are not baggy jeans. The bottom of your pants should end right at the upper body of your lace-up shoe. Make these slight tweaks and the next time you're out you'll definitely notice a lot more eyes on you.

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    Those jeans are way too long for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DialM View Post
    Those jeans are way too long for you.
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    agreee.. and looking sharp at all times!!

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    You should Hem those pants... if you like them on the longer side you need to down play the dress shoe dressy look with a driving mocassin or a sneaker. Also a good look would be to heavy starch the shirt so you have a strong erect collar. and add a vest
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