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    Dress shoes with jeans and t-shirt, for summer clubbing do they match? (pics)

    Hey guys I noticed that almost all girls wear high heels for clubbing,so for that reason I want to make myself a little taller too,for winter I wear some boots but for summer I can't wear them because it's too warm, so I have this question can I wear dress shoes with t-shirt and jeans or I will look like a complete fool?



    Can I pull it off ?

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    It can work, but I would get some slimmer jeans in black to make it look good

    The pic you have posted doesn't really work imo sorry

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    Have to agree with ICA, think more along the lines of 'indie rock' styling i.e. slim/skinny black jeans with those sorts of shoes imo. I would personally ditch those jeans all together. Hope I don't sound too harsh.

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    I'd go tan or brown rather than black, especially if you wear slimmer dark jeans. Makes more of a statement when everything else is neutral. Black shoes get lost too easily in that type of outfit imo.

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    Skinny/slim jeans with the cuff turned down will look absolute quality with those shoes.
    Are they shoes?? Or ankle boots??

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    The boots are nice but the jeans are awful - as everyone else says, you'll need to go skinny jeans with them.

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    The boots have slim line features and therefore need to be paired with slim/skinny jeans.

    The jeans are way to casual for the boots also.

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    As above, or alternatively tan or brown boots. Also the turn ups look too large, try maybe folding them smaller.

    I think wider leg jeans look a bit odd turned up, there is just so much weight and materiel at the bottom that they totally overpower the shoe or boot. Turn ups are usually about exposing the shoe rather than distracting from it.

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    That turn up in the second picture is bigger than the boot!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonymism View Post
    That turn up in the second picture is bigger than the boot!!!
    Heh.

    Lose the light, stonewashed jeans. Together with the white t-shirt it looks like my dad gearing up to see Bruce Springsteen... in the early 90s.

    Darker shades of blue are a good bet at the moment.

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