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Square toe shoes

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wayne Feb 3. 32 Replies

I'm sure this is as controversial as the Bow Tie discussion...but what's the deal with square toe shoe hatred?  Seems like the fashion experts hate them, but when you go to the store, that is all…Continue

Nice clothes on a budget

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Mar 19, 2013. 20 Replies

Greetings,I've been away from this site for a few years and thought it was time to come back.  I have a specific question about clothes.  I just retired from the Marines and am beginning my civilian…Continue

Simple home theater system

Started this discussion. Last reply by Topher White Mar 14, 2011. 3 Replies

Guys, I am looking for a simple home theater system.  I bought a Polk Audio Surroundbar 3000 and am not happy.  I like the sound bar idea (I do not like having a bunch of speakers all over the…Continue

Nixon Watches

Started this discussion. Last reply by Clinton R. Ausmus Mar 18, 2011. 5 Replies

What is up with this Nixon Watch craze.  My teenage son has never wanted a watch or any sort of accessory...now everyone in the school HAS to have a Nixon watch.  To me they look like Swatch…Continue

 

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Wayne replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"Get a nice pair of round or cap toe shoes and put a good shine on them. Men do notice how other men dress. dressing sharp should transfer over from what you have learned in the military when it comes to grooming and shoes. A good shine on some cap…"
Feb 3
Adrian Miranda replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"For business casual I suppose squares are okay, for the office, interviews or meeting then no.  For those who say people dont look at or notice other mens clothes, they have not spent much time in a professional setting.  Everytyhing about…"
Feb 3
Jack Bauer replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"I have about four pairs of square-toed Ariat Heritage Roughstock boots in various colors.  Square-toed is probably my favorite style out there ...     JB"
Jan 24
Chuck Knight replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
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Jan 24
Jack Bauer replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"My boots are square-toed ... and not inexpensive.  But, I rather like clunky and inelegant.   JB"
Jan 24
Rick Shelton replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"Change the "Hatin'" to "Laughin'" and I'd agree."
Jan 24
Chuck Knight replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
Jan 24
Rick Shelton replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"I ordered a pair of Tony Lama's online and had to send them back 'cause they were a half-size too small, and I went bigger when I ordered them."
Jan 24
Rick Shelton replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"They look like pointed-toe-cowboy boots on stupid."
Jan 24
Rick Shelton replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"They can keep those in Mexico thank you very much.  I'd end up busting a gut laughing if I ever saw someone wearing those."
Jan 24
Chuck Knight replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
Jan 24
Chuck Knight replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"Having said that, there *are* design elements that can be used to correct visual flaws.     If, for example, your feet are disproportionately long, they can be visually shortened with a squarer toe.  If you have small feet, a pointy…"
Jan 24
Paul_of_TX replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"I guess I could simply purchase multiple pairs like a 9 1/2, 10, 10 1/2 and size 11. Then send back the 3 pairs that don't fit me. All the while hope that the shoe I picked out online actually looks good on my in real life. Sometimes seeing a…"
Jan 24
Chuck Knight replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"Unless you know what size you wear, in each brand, for each style, buying online can be a bit of a crap-shoot.   When shoe shopping, and even in person, I have to try on at least several dozen pairs before finding "the one" that fits…"
Jan 24
Regular Joe replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"Why not just shop online?"
Jan 24
Regular Joe replied to Jarhead's discussion Square toe shoes
"The fashion industry is literaly that: an industry. It's goal is to convince you that you need to regularly cycle through your clothing and accessories in order to keep up with the times. Realistically, it's the fashion industry's…"
Jan 24

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At 4:40am on October 6, 2010, Steve said…
Hi Jarhead, thanks for replying. I'm not in the Army, I am German.
At 8:16am on October 2, 2010, Steve said…
Judging from your posts on this site, you sound like a real great guy. If I would live anywhere near San Diego I'd ask you to be my mentor.
At 1:22pm on August 30, 2010, William W. How said…
Not that you care, but I was wrong. The jewelry exhibit at the Legion of Honor when you were in SF was Cartier, not Tiffany. I found the old brochure cleaning out my car yesterday.
At 1:22pm on August 19, 2010, William W. How said…
I saw a pair of boat shoes coming off of BART this morning here at Montgomery & Market (1/4 mile NE of Union Square and Tiffany's). She looked local.
At 10:40pm on July 18, 2010, thehuhman said…
Thanks for joining the Photo Group, ,Jarhead! Looks like you are already participating. That's great!
At 11:04am on July 9, 2010, Tyler Jacobs said…
Hey man,
I just wanted to invite you to a group I just created, "Heavy". All about strength training, powerlifting, etc. Hope to see ya there!
At 12:55pm on July 1, 2010, Andrew Herring said…
No problem, future jarheads gotta support current jarheads when they can.
At 8:09pm on June 29, 2010, Paul said…
What do you do in the Marines?
At 3:31am on May 1, 2010, Cameron Pearson said…
Hey buddy, welcome aboard! Check out our group if you like cigars. Welcome, and enjoy your stay!
At 8:42pm on April 29, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Jarhead. Welcome to AoM. My son, Jonathan was a jarhead too. You can catch him at the Man Bags group. Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you aboard.
 
 
 

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Rick Shelton replied to Christian's discussion 20 year old looking for advice from you "white collar" gents.....is the money worth it?
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