Wondering if anyone knows of a PennyLoafer that has a longer construction.
By which I mean, less opening around the foot, covers more of the foot, more length on the top.
If anyone knows of a loafer that fits that description, please let me know.
Thanks a lot.
I am currently, like many others before me, searching for the perfect pennyloafer. There is a vast amount of information on weejuns/pennyloafers on this forum, but it takes a lot of work to find it all. I thought it would be a helpful move to have it all in one place, for reference, in a...
I know many people consider Alden the gold standard, but what would be the recomendation for a college student on a tighter budget. I know there are tons of makers, which is the best quality for the money, or is it a personal thing? Thanks for any help/advice.
...dinner, etc. I wanted to get an extra pair to knock around in. So, I went to one of our local thrift stores and picked up a pair of Bass PennyLoafers for $1.98. They are in great condition and I am thinking about putting pennies in them. I will wear them to knock around in. My question...
I am a recent college grad starting a job on Wall Street in the near future. I have been searching for a pair of pennyloafers that are dressy enough to wear to work but also suitable to wear on weekends with a pair of shorts.
After some research I think I have decided on the following in...
Where does a POOR college student (poor being the operative word) find some pennyloafers that aren't hard and stiff like Weejuns, but look halfway decent?
I'm looking for something somewhat soft right out of the box.
I just purchased a wardrobe staple for the first time in years. The pennyloafer, or Weejun style shoe. I stayed away from Bass and upped the ante to a pair from Geox, as I like the idea of breathability in a loafer that may sometimes be worn sockless. I guess what I'm asking here is... how...
What are the various types of pennyloafers (Venetians obviously not included)? So far, I count:
Any others I'm missing? And are there any loafers that have the strap without the cutout for the so-called penny? Thanks.
Pretty new to the pennyloafer game - looking for a nice, medium to inexpensive pennyloafer, anywhere from $100 to $200, maybe $250. Something to wear with khakis and cords and flannels, maybe a suit if I had to. Any recommendations?
My other post lost steam on the second question so I will put it out again.
I am looking for opinions on versatility of these 2 colors. I want them for summer wear with lighter colored trousers (white, cream, light yellow, blue and pink) Also would pair with SC's as well..also on the lighter...