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Is “black sneakers are hard to pull off” a meme?
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>>17170077
all black leather sneakers for sure. they don't really fit anything very well
black canvas is way easier to get away with, especially if it's not literally all black and has some accent colors in there

black sneakers are just kind of very restrictive in what you can pair with them in general though
they just don't look good with most blues and beige which is kind of a problem when those are the by far most versatile colors for clothes period and kind of the default when it comes to pants
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I'm also thinking about getting some triple black sneakers. I think with black pants, they could look pretty nice.
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>>17170154
Link?
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>>17171132
Veja V10
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It’s just with all black sneakers you’ll look like a waiter or a busboy.
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> black sneakers are hard to pull off

You just untie the laces and pull your feet out
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>black pants

wow its so hard man
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>>17170077
They aren't "hard to pull off", just very limiting since all you can really wear with them is more black.
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You can wear black sneakers if you are black
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>>17173667
>It’s just with all black sneakers you’ll look like a waiter or a busboy.

>>17173690
See above
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>>17170089
what about black boots? what's the difference it's all black leather
>>17173682
>>17173790
>>17173667
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>>17170089
This. But I think black AF1s are hard, if for no other reason than the meme.
>>17174155
>black boots
Are fine.
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>>17174180
>boots are fine
what's the difference they're all black foot covers
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>>17175649
You won't look like a waiter or mcdonald's employee and you can wear more formal outfits (which are often all black/white) with black boots. Same with black dress shoes.
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>>17170077
Yeah. 100% a meme.
Black sneaker are just more casual black dress shoes. They pair well with black and grey jeans and contrast well with lighter blue jeans.
Everything that works with a black leather belt also works with them.
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>>17170077
I wear black leather Nikes every day and have done so for 3 years, this guy >>17170089
is retarded they go with anything
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>>17175745
>lighter blue

no

>grey

...kinda sorta, but I think black shoes/grey pant is extremely formal.

>black

yes. and that's the problem.
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i wear these and theyre my favorite, and they go with most my clothes.
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>>17176470
ugh feiyue black leather with white stripe
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Is this supposed to look bad? because I think it looks good.
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>>17176483
>17176483
looks clunky and goofy. Shirts cool, but I'm not digging the mustard pants and shoes though.

What are they, dunks or air force ones?
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>>17176918

shoes are a local brand from argentina.
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Makes you look like a mcdonalds worker
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>>17176483
those pants are way too slim for those shoes
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>>17170077
Black sneakers are a contradiction, sneakers are inherently casual and black is a formal color.
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>>17170077
I've been wearing all-black converse with black jeans for a long time. It just works.
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>>17170077
All black sneakers remind me of being poor. My mom used to buy them because they look "less dirty" over time as opposed to shoes with white in them. Also depending on the sneaker you'll look like a recluse with no fashion sense.
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>>17170077
>>17170089
>>17170154
>>17173682
>>17175745
>>17176026
>>17179092
It looks AMAZING with a leather blazer.
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>black sneakers make you look poor
Is this an American thing? I like all black shoes because they dont stick out.
Are black sneaker with a white soles or any other white embellishments fine then?
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>black sneakers
Nike
Jordan
Adidas
Anything not new balance basically
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>>17179699
The further you go from all black the easier they are to combine with stuff.
Like people mentioned earlier canvas instead of leather helps a ton too.

All black leather sneakers are just in that really fucking awful space where they look "too formal" with casual fits but far too informal for anything resembling even business casual.
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>>17170077
Pure black sneakers are harder to make look good.But, Like others have said, black with accents like a classic chuck 70 or a black samba with white stripes and brown sole imo is easier than white sneakers to style, especially if you have a darker/muted wardrobe which most people do and you dont have to worry about the contrast of white sneakers. Also its a great subversion of the white sneakers male fashion trope.
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>>17176026
>wearing court vision nikes
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>>17179699
It’s part of waiter and fast food dress code to wear plain black shoes, so I think that’s why people are saying it makes you look poor. That might be an American thing. Idk.
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>>17170077
>>17173667
>>17177977
black leather* sneakers. change up the fabrics, patterns and it looks better
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>>17179880
this
the 700 v2 Vanta look nothing like mecces shoes same goes for the 700 MNVN in black which is the only pair of the MNVNs i like with the 3m 700 being relatively subtle but still with a distinct silhouette from afar



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