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White loafers are NOT acceptable in Cape Town

A lof of you look to me for inspiration and daily advice, as though I am a sort of higher power.

Well it is true that I did create God, but we won’t get into that at this moment.

I know a lot of you see me on the street, and while guys say “I want to be you”, girls say “I want to be on you”

Unfortunately there is only one me, and so many of you. So while every guy in Cape Town can be like me, not every girl can be on me. Unless you ask nicely.

So I’ve been seeing a couple of you in the Cape Town crowd sporting white loafers lately, and I’m not impressed. If you go to Joburg you will see white loafers sported quite freely I believe. Well this is an assumption based on the fact that all of my Joburg buddies sport white loafers.

While I love these guys, I make it quite clear that white loafers are not acceptable. Ever. I don’t care if they are from Gucci, or if GQ recommend them, they are not acceptable in my world. And my world is the world.


Not even Gucci white loafers will be accepted

I’d opt for something better. We will get into what sort of shoes you should be wearing soon, but for now, just know not to buy white loafers. I’m wearing Sixty shoes at the moment, and we will have a look into these soon.

For sure, break white loafers out in Joburg, but we are in Cape Town. In these parts, we do not speak of those who white loafers wear. The only other time you may wear white loafers is if you are an Italian porn star with a dark, dark tan and a 32cm penis.

Sean Lloyd

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  1. January 27th, 2009 | 5:57 pm

    You’re correct! White loafers are a common sight in Joburg. I think they originated from the depths of Benoni, notorious for other fashion mishaps such as the ‘popped collar’ and ‘trucker cap to the side’.

  2. February 2nd, 2009 | 8:38 am

    Straight Outta Benoni!

    Bring all three together (Popped collar, trucker cap and loafers) and you have the beginning of the end of the world.

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