With taps. You could be the biggest tap dancing knitter in Sydney. I'd pay to watch.
Because they are FABULOUS!
Hah, MrP I CAN tap. Although I haven't done it for a number of years. Two friends of mine and I learnt in 1996, just for the fun of it. It's HARD.Jodie, I knew there was a reason! :)
Hmm, do they make 'em in heels?
I'm sure they'll look smashing with your zoot suit, although I'll still register my reservation about a diminutive guy wearing that jacket length
as kelly in 'shoes' would say; these shoes rule.
I have a pair of those. The last time I wore them was at my 30th birthday party, with a black mini-skirt and white t-shirt.Today is my 39th birthday, and I still have those shoes, waiting for a time when it might be appropriate to wear them again...
They're very "Cotton Club". Which is a good thing. I think The Sartorialist would approve of you in those with some pleated wide leg black pants from the 80's (narrow trouser cuff), a white shirt and black braces.
my immediate thought was:spectator because of the patent leather = the old myth of looking up ladies dresses ;-)or perhaps, they're dressy and impractical so it means you aren't a labourer, you're a spectator?
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