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    I can't stand cotton knitwear of late

    It looks so shit

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    Add me to the list of deep v necks - they seem really hated!

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    Vests, great for the gym, beach or by the pool, but worn underneath a fitted shirt or a t. What is that all about, it's like VPL for men!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith5 View Post
    Definitely a no to v neck t shirts for men unless he is well built and in good physique. i would like to replace it with a Half Hand Shirts and another thing I would like to replace is Branded Men Shoe instead of pointed shoe.
    Im new here.

    What does one mean by pointed shoes? Shoes that end with a point, or shoes that are just "pointy" but dont necessarily end in a "point"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by theBirdMan View Post
    Im new here.

    What does one mean by pointed shoes? Shoes that end with a point, or shoes that are just "pointy" but dont necessarily end in a "point"?
    Basically anything ridiculous looking like this

    Mens Red Tape Weaver Leather Lace Up Shoes with Pointed Square Toe Black, Brown, Tan

    If you couldn't toe punt a football with it, it's too pointy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creed View Post
    Basically anything ridiculous looking like this

    Mens Red Tape Weaver Leather Lace Up Shoes with Pointed Square Toe Black, Brown, Tan

    If you couldn't toe punt a football with it, it's too pointy.
    Thanks for that. How about square shaped toes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by theBirdMan View Post
    Thanks for that. How about square shaped toes?
    Square toed shoes are equally derided. If you look at the classic and classy shoe makers and their ranges (loake, cheaney, church, herring etc), none of them are producing square toed, and they stop sort of anything 'too' pointy!

    The absolute worst combo is square or pointed toe that also curls upwards at the end!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creed View Post
    Square toed shoes are equally derided. If you look at the classic and classy shoe makers and their ranges (loake, cheaney, church, herring etc), none of them are producing square toed, and they stop sort of anything 'too' pointy!

    The absolute worst combo is square or pointed toe that also curls upwards at the end!
    Are you suggesting we do not take Aladdin as our style inspiration?

    on the opposite end of the spectrum, I could never see the appeal of Campas - the excessively rounded toe reminds me of orthopaedic shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukalec View Post
    Are you suggesting we do not take Aladdin as our style inspiration?

    on the opposite end of the spectrum, I could never see the appeal of Campas - the excessively rounded toe reminds me of orthopaedic shoes.
    Oh yes, I'm not a fan of pure rounded toe either, looks just like those NHS prescription shoes they dish out to the rather unfortunate. Or overly thick soled shoes / high-lift shoes for that matter, looks like you are either trying to add height or you have 1 leg longer than the other!

    Another thing I'm not a fan of myself is skinny ties, but I'm not saying they are some kind of fashion disaster, it's just a personal dislike.

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    Bootcut jeans and anything with Superdry or Abercrombie/Hollister logos all over it.

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