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Flec
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How about a regular black suit and these shoes?

http://www.thestylepaformen.com/2008/12/......ers.html
Natanel
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I am all for bold footwear but these are too tacky even by our field's standards. If you want something along these lines I would go with patent leather or pony hair.
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Alan Munro
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No offense, but they look like they're part of a pimp costume. Try patent leather. Another option, that I favor, is to wear a well-shined pair of black western boots.
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If you TAP DANCE during your show it's OK. Haa Haa

I think they are cool and would wear them during a show.

Don't listen to anyone. If you like them get them.
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Flec
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Hey...I wasn't suggesting them for myself, merely throwing an idea out there to the brave ones!
Al Angello
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There is a fine line between a costume, and a getup.
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Al Leach
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Those shoes are wild, they have a place in the world
Alan Munro
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On 2010-12-29 19:18, Al Leach wrote:
Those shoes are wild, they have a place in the world

They do have a place....with a crushed velvet suit and a walking stick that is topped with a gold skull. I'd only wear that on Halloween.
Al Angello
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IMHO
Pimp is not a good look for a magician.
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Al Leach
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I love the idea of a tinsele toed pimp, that is funny to think about
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Man, I WISH I could get away with wearing some shoes like that...
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Hmmm...Jeff Hobson's character would look fabulous in those shoes. And I recall a David Harkey piece that begins with the instructions, "Subtly call attention to the fact that you are wearing shoes." Those would get the job done.

Thanks for the link!
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