Guerreisms caught my attention today when I noticed three pairs of shoes come up which were all burgundy. It coincides with a comment that a man in Sydney retail said to me the other day that whilst on a buying trip the buzz item was 'burgundy shoes' for 2013. Note the top image - the trousers-no-socks-solid-shoes look - it's something I noticed on a few fashion journalists the other night, something I note that Angelo Flaccavento was probably one of the first to get involved in. Personally, it comes back to something I wrote the other day about streetwear, in order to achieve this look you need to cut your trousers high and once you go for this look the suit can no longer be used for any other occasion. Whilst I like the look, it is an example of a commitment to a trend which costs a lot to subscribe to but which will probably last two to three seasons - kind of like Capri pants were twelve years ago.
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