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Join Date: Jan 2006
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Originally Posted by travis_nw8
"middleaged, overweight, tanned man on the cote d'zure" look maybe..

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Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: UK, Philippines
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omg. i am so thinking of getting driving shoes coz im travelling AND my feet already hurt. ahahahha. AND i wont be caught dead with rubbershoes so i guess loaferīs are the next best thing.

THE ONLY PROBLEM IS: should i get a dark blue or yellow??? aack. ive got a pair of todīs at home but seeing that i dont have it at hand right now. im getting some good spanish leather shoes.

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^ i love dark blue shoes (though lighter than navy)for summer- tan shoes are too everyday...

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Join Date: Mar 2005
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I ALWAYS wear heels, but I was considering Tod's or Bally's loafers as walking shoes for my coming holidays in Rome. I ended up buying beautiful Geox shoes, (the model is called Grin, it is featured on their website in white) veery slim fitting and graceful, not clog-like at all, they cost me 100 euros.. And they breathe too! I am delighted.

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Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Middle America
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Originally Posted by classic1908
I'm a Tod's fan. Have them in black patent, toffee calf, sand suede, turquoise suede and pale green suede. I don't wear them for walking long distances. I live in California and am in a car all the time.

I also have other driving loafers from higher-end and mid-range brands, including J. Crew and St. John Sport. I like the style, although it's sort of masculine and I find that I have to feminize my accessories.
i have tods and JCrew ones as well- dark brown, and black-

the Jcrew ones i got don't have a pebble sole, but have a rubber sole- and IF I am going to wear flats:p , out and about- they're the ones!

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Join Date: Jan 2004
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i felt like these were making a bit of a comeback a year or so ago...
but then they went away again...

"It is not money that makes you well dressed: it is understanding."

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