Undefeated Gucci Loafers

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Undefeated Gucci Loafers

A few months ago, I was rolling with my Corporate friend and he had to go to South Coast Plaza to pick up a suit and some shoes. I told him he should just go Custom with my tailor, but him being a Corporate guy, he is kind of a cheapskate. But that is neither here nor there, and I decided to roll with.

While he grabbed an Armani suit (which was actually not bad, nothing compared to the handmade craftsmenship of my my tailor though), I decided to dip into Gucci and picked up a pair of Gucci Slides (pictured above, although the ones I grabbed were dark brown), even though I prefer handmade shoes from London these days.

So far I have been happy with the purchase.

I have swooped a fly girl everytime I have worn them so far: I went 1-0 in Los Angeles, 2-0 in Palm Beach, FL, 2-0 in Buenos Aires and 2-0 in Miami Beach. Decent.

(Side Note: I am only counting nights where I swooped a fresh girl. I am not counting nights I wore them and swooped a girl I already swooped. I don’t want to “pad” the record, so to speak).

The price tag? 5 bills. But knowing what I know now, I would have easily paid double.

I would strongly recommend picking up a pair or three, although I think they are discontinued. I anticipate they should work great for summer in coastal Spain at the topless beaches and for The Del Mar Racetrack.

Keep in mind though, I am not sure if these Gucci Loafers were 100% of the reason I went undefeated. It is really kind of hard to track. Furthermore, I have been feeling great lately (minus a health scare), traveling, making mad CASH, sparring heavy, and I have been doing it all in Custom Suits. So you could say I am on a roll, and I don’t mean E-tabs either.

These days, I can pretty much tell any top flight actor, musician or athelete to f*ck off with lifestyle.

I am a pretty big advocate of the International Playboy lifestyle choice.

I am mildly surprised more people out there aren’t embracing it.

It is great work…if you can get it.

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7 Comments on "Undefeated Gucci Loafers"

  1. The G Manifesto
    26/05/2011 at 8:59 am Permalink

    A pair of good loafers is one of the key pieces of a gentleman’s/international player’s wardrobe. Sockless guccis in the warmer months is one of my favorite looks.

  2. The G Manifesto
    27/05/2011 at 8:37 am Permalink

    Sockless is one way. But for colder climates or more formal events, what kind of socks would you recommend?

  3. The G Manifesto
    30/05/2011 at 9:47 pm Permalink
  4. The G Manifesto
    Johnny Walker
    10/06/2011 at 3:28 pm Permalink

    Correct. And keep in mind that women really, really care about what kind of shoes a man wears.

    It does make the difference.

    What do you think about S. Ferragamo shoes?

  5. The G Manifesto
    14/06/2011 at 11:48 pm Permalink

    time to get me some gucci loafers at the coast!

  6. The G Manifesto
    24/06/2011 at 9:54 am Permalink


    aside from the heater

  7. The G Manifesto
    28/06/2011 at 6:01 pm Permalink

    Mr G

    I have to thank you yet again for the great advice.

    Last weekend I bought myself a pair of Santoni’s listed at $650. They were on sale (was still dropping $500) and with the Euro so strong got a pretty good deal. The sense of self worth and confidence that fires through your entire being from every placed step is priceless. The fact that women really care about what kind of shoes a man wears only comes in second place. It’s about you, period. I am beginning to understand what it must be like to be custom suited down.

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