searching non-business shoes (derby/oxfords), that can be worn with suits, but don't look too classy or too sportive like running shoes?

searching non-business shoes (derby/oxfords), that can be worn with suits, but don’t look too classy or too sportive like running shoes?
is there actually anything?? i kinda need to walk a lot, so i can’t wear business shoes.
send something that fits to picrel.

23 thoughts on “searching non-business shoes (derby/oxfords), that can be worn with suits, but don't look too classy or too sportive like running shoes?

      • Anonymous says:

        Why do you need to walk a lot in a suit, let alone as an SWE? Never been at a company that required SWEs to wear suits; maybe it’s a boomertech thing

        • Anonymous says:

          it’s an autistic/programmer thing i guess. i like my systems and code simple, minimal and observable, same as clothing. suits are the equivalent to it. literally, wear suit + whatever under it and you are done. never underdressed or overdressed. also jeans are uncomfortable for me.

          • Anonymous says:

            >i like my systems and code simple, minimal and observable, same as clothing
            Not to be too rude but the way you talk and the fact you’re talking about wearing suits but not "business shoes" as an SWE makes me think you aren’t in industry yet, or at least are quite young.
            >suits are the equivalent to it
            Not really, and your thread itself is evidence of this. If you actually want to be autistic about clothing you should dress in a way that suits your environment, and your preferences if you have any. If you expect to walk a lot wear an outfit that allows you to comfortably and efficiently walk a lot in the climate you’re in. This could be a suit for some people, but for you it isn’t, since you don’t want to wear "business shoes" (sneakers with a suit is not at all a versatile outfit, and imo is generally ugly). If I were you I’d try to develop a more mature mindset about this first before buying anything so you don’t waste your money on costumes you will regret later.

          • Anonymous says:

            He’s an accomplished old man who is clearly just wearing a suit because it’s what was expected of him in the past and otherwise doesn’t care how he looks. I can understand why that’s what he’s wearing, even if it doesn’t look good. If you’re a dipshit new grad who goes around calling yourself an autistic programmer and saying shit like "i like my systems and code simple, minimal and observable, same as clothing," not only will you look bad, but you will look like you’re wearing a costume.

          • Anonymous says:

            >minimal and observable, same as clothing. suits are the equivalent to it. literally, wear suit + whatever under it and you are done. never underdressed or overdressed.
            But that’s all wrong, gay. Suits have a lot of subtle detailing that determines how over/underdressed you’d be, and how they pair with other clothes, to say nothing of the vibe you give off. Just throwing whatever on for shoes/shirt is also going to change all of that completely.

            https://i.imgur.com/lpDfzE5.jpg

            i like shit like this, but without all the logos. any similar shoes

            Gucci is bait for poorfags trying to flex on other poorfags.

            https://i.imgur.com/V2jFAZv.jpg

            wat? dont like it XDD i dont like business look, i like the professor look

            >4 button shawl lapel
            Why does this exist? Disgusting.

    • Anonymous says:

      Based

      https://i.imgur.com/cSn6gfU.jpg

      chuck taylors are the right choice.
      Don’t waste time with "dress sneakers", those are the shoes of cowardice, compromise, a piddling half-measure. the bold man, the thinking man, he goes full send, he commits to the bit.

      Cringe

  1. Anonymous says:

    chuck taylors are the right choice.
    Don’t waste time with "dress sneakers", those are the shoes of cowardice, compromise, a piddling half-measure. the bold man, the thinking man, he goes full send, he commits to the bit.

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