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    Default Converse with suit look

    Just straight black ones might work well

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    Suits & sneakers are always a no-no in my eye.

    I absolutely loathe the look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisang View Post
    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 ??
    I think if you go too casual with footwear, it kinda lets the rest of the outfit down. Like wearing rubber thongs with a really dressy dress.

    I like to be comfortable too - what about some ballet flats? I wear a pair that has a pointed toe and they are just right in terms of comfort, without being too casual looking.

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    Default Re: Converse with suit look

    DP wears converse to work with shirt/t shirt, vest/jacket but always with jeans or cords.
    I like this look on women as well, like Ellen, but can't pull it off myself. My boobs are too big!:-D
    But I don't think it would work with a business suit, sorry.
    Would some of those nice material ballet flats work? Some of them can be super comfy.

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    Thanks guys so glad I asked before buying them!
    I will have to have a look for the flats.. I just wanted to be able to wear socks instead of stockings with my shoes. Over stockings. And I would near just wear them with no sock or stocking so that's not an option for me.
    Off to the shops to browse I suppose!

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    I like the look on boys.... don't think a woman could pull it off though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisang View Post
    Thanks guys so glad I asked before buying them!
    I will have to have a look for the flats.. I just wanted to be able to wear socks instead of stockings with my shoes. Over stockings. And I would near just wear them with no sock or stocking so that's not an option for me.
    Off to the shops to browse I suppose!
    What about an ankle boot pisang? You can wear your socks with those!

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    Default Converse with suit look

    I'm not a fan but each to their own

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    Default Converse with suit look

    Thanks degrassi I was just looking at a shoe store online and saw ankle boots! I think that's the way I'm going to go. Should be comfy and sock-friendly

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    Default Converse with suit look

    My DH always wears cons with his suit. He also usually has a Mohawk or quiff hairdo though, it's kind of his look I love it, personally, male or female!


 

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