The Getup: 3 Pairs of Shoes, 3 Outfits When you’re frustrated with your closet, create a new look with a simple change in footwear.8 February,2016By Andrew Snavely Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. StyleThe Getup browneagle44 ロベルト Heathered cardigans everywhere this year! I picked up a few (red and blue) at target after Christmas. I’ll play the waiting game and see if I can catch this on sale at some point, but I dig it. bankc11 Good stuff as always. Just a heads up, for some reason it won’t let me Pin this? The only thing that shows up is the GIF of the shoes rotating. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Thanks so much for letting me know! I think I have that fixed now. If you have any trouble, I’ll take a look asap. bankc11 No problem! Always appreciate you doing these! Steeps +1 for Gap jeans. So much more comfortable than Levi’s at least. http://www.tailormade-style.com DJ I feel like the loafers are the best choice on any day of the week except for Saturday. The subtle details like how well the grey sneakers compliment the silver watch are what make a casual look like this awesome for the weekend.This style of posting is pretty unique too, I’m feeling it http://www.tailormade-style.com DJ The option with loafers is for sure my favorite. One of the things I see a lot in European cultures and among influencers is the wool/thick socks with loafers combination. Seems a little out there if you’re not used to it, but this is a great combination and color scheme! DJ | Menswear & Personal Development http://www.tailormade-style.com Wyatt A little bit to preppy for the college atmosphere but still much appreciated Ross Great Getup once again Andrew. However,I’m not the biggest fan of the suede boots from J.Crew. I’m just not a huge fan of suede boots consisting of more that two (lace holes) so I would lean towards a desert boot style in that material. Would that serve the same purpose of the suede boots shown as far as the occasion you would wear the outfit for? Ross Also is the dark denim trend fading a little bit to make room for lighter, faded denim? Is it safe to invest money into some lighter jeans at this point? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Dark denim isn’t going away, we’re just getting the option to wear lighter / faded now. I always like having options. Getting a lighter pair would be a great idea. Ross Glad to hear it. I just stocked up on four pairs of Dark Tailored Fidelity Jeans from Zipfit Denim. Do you have any suggestions for lighter denim that fit a narrow seated guy? Also what are your thoughts on Black denim compared to Dark blue denim? For me its hard to find that perfect shade of almost black but not too bright dark blue denim.