Sabtu, 31 Mei 2014

What shoes,with laces,not loafers or sneakers are in style for a grown man,any ideas;dress and/or caual,brand,

Q. any and all ideas are welcome;dress, casual,black, brown, I have ZERO

A. Zappo's is an online site where you can find all kinds of shoes! Here is the list of Zappo's various types of mens' shoes:
Men's Dress Shoes

Airport Safe, Steel-Free
+ Boots
- View ALL Boots
- Lace-Up
- Slip-On
- Zip-On
+ Comfort
- View ALL Comfort
- Lace-Up/Oxford
- Slip-On

+ Lace-Up/Oxford
- View ALL Lace-Up/Oxford
- Algonquin/Split/Bicycle Toe
- Cap-Toe
- Exotic
- Formal
- Moc Toe
- Plain Toe
- Rubber Sole/Comfort
- Saddle Shoes
- Wingtips
Made in the USA - Dress
Monk Strap

Removable Insoles
Dress Sandals
+ Slip On
- View ALL Slip On
- Algonquin/Split/Bicycle Toe
- Cap Toe
- Exotic
- Formal
- Kiltie
- Moc Toe
- Penny Loafer
- Plain Loafer
- Rubber Sole/Comfort
- Tasseled Loafer
- Woven
Men's Casual Shoes

Airport Safe, Steel-Free
+ Boat Shoes
- View ALL Boat Shoes
- Canvas
- Leather
+ Boots
- View ALL Boots
- Combat
- Comfort
- Hiking
- Lace-Up
- Logger
- Motorcycle
- Slip-On
- Waterproof
- Western
- Winter
- Work
- Zip-On
+ Comfort
- View ALL Comfort
- Boots
- Loafer
- Oxford
- Sandals
- Walking
Hook & Loop Fasteners
+ Loafer
- View ALL Loafers
- Algonquin/Split/Bicycle Toe
- Moc Toe
- Penny
- Plain Loafer
- Tasseled Loafer
- Woven
Made in the USA

+ Oxfords
- View ALL Oxfords
- Algonquin/Split/Bicycle Toe
- Cap Toe
- Comfort
- Hiking
- Moc Toe
- Plain Toe
- Rugged
- Saddle Shoes
- Steel Toe
- Two Tone
- Wingtip
Removable Insoles
+ Sandals
- View ALL Sandals
- Ankle Strap
- Backstrap
- Beach
- Comfort
- Fisherman
- Hook & Loop
- Leather
- Slides
- Sport
- Thongs/Flip-Flops
- Trail
- Walking
- Woven
+ Slippers
- View ALL Slippers
- Booties
- College
- Moccasins
- Open-Back
- Operas
- Outdoor Sole
- Shearling/Wool
+ Sneakers
- View ALL Sneakers
- Art/Detail
- Canvas
- High Top
- Hook & Loop
- Lace to toe
- Lace Up
- Leather
- Low Profile
- Mesh
- Multi-Color
- Perforated
- Slip-On
- Suede
- Two Tone

Steel Toe
+ Trendy
- View ALL Trendy
- Bowling
- Motorcycle
- Retro
- Sport
- Urban
Vegetarian - Casual
+ Walking/Comfort
- View ALL Walking/Comfort
- Clogs
- General
- Loafers
- Oxfords
- Sandals
+ Waterproof
- View ALL Waterproof
- Athletic
- Casual Boots
- Casual Shoes
- Industry
- Outdoor Performance
- Rain/Rubber
+ Western
- View ALL Western
- Exotic Skins
- Fashion
- Handcrafted
- Lacers & Ropers
- Narrow/Pointed Toe
- Round Toe
- Wellington
+ Work and Duty
- View ALL Work and Duty
- ANSI Rated Steel Toe
- Electrical Hazard
- General
- Hospitality
- Nursing
- Slip-Resistant
- Steel Toe
Men's Athletic Shoes

Airport Safe, Steel-Free
Amphibious Sandals
Amphibious Shoes
Athletic Canvas
Athletic Performance
+ Athletic Sandals
- View ALL Athletic Sandals
- All Terain
- Trail
- Walking
- Water
- Water Sports
Boots - Winter
Cycling - Off Road
Cycling - Road

+ Dance
- View ALL Dance
- Ball Room
- Ballet
- Flamenco
- Jazz
- Latin
- Pointe
- Tap
Hiking Boots
Hiking Shoes
Indoor Court
Inline Skates
Motor Fashion
Outdoor Performance
Removable Insoles
Rubber - Waterproof
+ Running
- View ALL Running
- Competition
- General
- Motion Control
- Neutral Cushioning
- Popular
- Stability
- Trail

Running - Fashion
+ Skate Shoes
- View ALL Skate Shoes
- Fashion
- Surf
- Technical
Track & Field
Track & Field Inspired
+ Trail
- View ALL Trail
- Sandals
- Shoes
Turf Shoe
Vegetarian - Athletic
Water Moc

Hope this helps!

What is Business Casual Attire?
Q. I am going to go to Cheevers Restaurant with my boyfriend for my One Month Anniversary.
Its an upscale restaurant && the website says to dress in "Business Casual".
I was planing to wear a khaki blazer, a hot pink strapless mini dress && heels.
Would this be okay?
Yes? No? Suggestions?

Best Anser Gets 10 Points!


A. Business casual guidelines for men and women
Business casual is crisp, neat, and should look appropriate even for a chance meeting with a CEO. It should not look like cocktail or party or picnic attire. Avoid tight or baggy clothing; business casual is classic rather than trendy.

Specifics for men's business casual
Ties are generally not necessary for business casual, but if you are in doubt, you can wear a tie. It never hurts to slightly overdress; by dressing nicely, you pay a compliment to your host. You can always wear the tie and discreetly walk by the room where the function is held; if no one else is wearing a tie, you can discreetly remove yours.
Long-sleeved shirts are considered dressier than short-sleeved and are appropriate even in summer. Choosing white or light blue solid, or conservative stripes is your safest bet. Polo shirts (tucked in, of course) are acceptable in more casual situations.
Wear dark socks, mid-calf length so no skin is visible when you sit down.
Leather shoes should be worn. No sandals, athletic shoes or hiking boots.
Wear a conservative watch. If you choose to wear other jewelry, be conservative. Removing earrings is safest. For conservative industries, don't wear earrings. Observe other men in your industry to see what is acceptable.

Specifics for women's business casual
Don't confuse club attire with business attire. If you would wear it to a club, you probably shouldn't wear it in a business environment. Also, most attire worn on televison is not appropriate for business environments. Don't be deluded.
Pants / skirts:
Women can wear casual pants or skirts. Neither should be tight. Fabrics should be crisp; colors should generally be solid; navy, black, gray, brown and khaki are always safe bets. For the most business-like appearance, pants should be creased and tailored; neither extreme of tight or flowing.
Skirt length and slits:
Your skirt should come at least to your knees while you are standing. While you are seated, your thighs should be covered. If your skirt comes to just below the knee, a slit to just above the knee might be acceptable. A very long skirt should not be slit to above the knee. Generally slits in the center back of a skirt � to facilitate walking a stair climbing � are acceptable. Slits to facilitate a view of your legs are not appropriate for business purposes. Slips should not be visible.
Shirt / sweaters:
In addition to tailored shirts or blouses, tailored knit sweaters and sweater sets are appropriate business casual choices for women. Cotton, silk, and blends are appropriate. Velvets and shimmery fabrics suitable for parties are not appropriate. Fit should not be tight. Cleavage is not appropriate to business and job search occasions.
Jewelry / accessories:
Wear a conservative watch. Jewelry and scarf styles come and go. Keep your choices simple and leaning toward conservative. Avoid extremes of style and color. If your industry is creative, you may have more flexibility than someone pursuing a conservative industry.
Keep makeup conservative and natural looking. A little is usually better than none for a polished look. Nails should be clean and well groomed. Avoid extremes of nail length and polish color, especially in conservative industries.
Should be leather or fabric / microfiber. Appropriate colors are black, navy and brown (to coordinate with your other attire and accessories); white and pastels are not appropriate. For the most conservative look, toes should be covered. Sandals which are neither extremely dressy or extremely casual might be appropriate. Thin straps and high heels are not appropriate. Chunky heels and platforms are not apropriate. Make certain you can walk comfortably in your shoes; hobbling around a job fair in shoes that are pinching your feet does not convey a professional image.
Not essential for business casual, but are recommended if your skirt is knee length (rather than calf length) and in more formal environments such as hotels.
Purse / bag:
If you carry a purse, keep it small and simple, or carry a small briefcase or business-like tote bag in place of a purse. A structured bag tends to look more professional that something soft or floppy. Purse/bag color should coordinate with your shoes. A briefcase is certainly not necessary for most business casual events. Leather, microfiber and fine wovens are appropriate. Canvas and straw are not appropriate.

that's business casual... but since this is a personal event, it refers more to the men: slacks, button-down shirt etc... you don't have to wear the khaki blazer... but i wouldn't recommend a mini dress either... do u have a nice summer dress? or something not so short like:

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