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    Default Converse with suit look

    Does anyone know this look? I love it and I'm going to but some black converse hi tops and wear my navy work suit with them.
    Do u think it will look good for a girl?or it's only a men's look?? Need comfy shoes and though the converse would be good!
    Will attach a pic of men doing it..
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    Default Converse with suit look

    It's not for me. Converse, jeans and a blazer for a more casual workplace, sure. With a suit, no.

    Especially not black ones with navy!

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    Default Converse with suit look

    You mean the 'Ellen' look? I like it but I don't think I could ever pull it off myself! It's a bit too tomboy-ish for me. I think on a girl with shortish hair it could work though.

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    Default Converse with suit look

    But I would wear black work shoes like u know normal work heels with the navy suit anyway I wouldn't wear navy shoes ever..
    So would be black either way..

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    Default Converse with suit look

    I have a thing about black and navy being combined.

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    I think you have to have a very trendy look to pull it off.

    Its not something I would do that whole tomboy look isnt my style.

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    I'm a long time wearer of converse all stars. I do not think they work with a women's business suit.

    I wear them when I go for a walk at lunch with my work blouse and business pants (which are navy) and it doesn't look particularly stylish, kinda daggy.

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    I think it can work on certain types of guys (your typical rock/punk looking guys) when they have to dress up. But on women it sometimes looks a little too tomboyish. Unless that's what you're going for then that's cool

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    Default Converse with suit look

    Ah damn .. What about the converse that are all black? Not the white tip ones?
    Just want some super comfy shoes not leather things..
    They should work would they just all black but cloth ??

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    Default Converse with suit look

    No I don't want to look like a Tom boy.. I don't have funky hair so that would just be normal with normal makeup so maybe it won't suit me


 

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