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We found 34 Reddit comments about G.H. Bass & Co. Men's Buckingham Oxford. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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G.H. Bass & Co. Men's Buckingham Oxford
Classic lace-up style featuring plain toe and subtle piping around collar and through lace
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34 Reddit comments about G.H. Bass & Co. Men's Buckingham Oxford:

u/mmmeadi · 22 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Bass Brocktons are recommended quite a bit as a cheap, good looking suede shoe. If you have the money, however, go with the Buckingham.

u/AndreasIsHere · 17 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I would not wear dress shoes in high school. Although if you like that style of shoes. Check out Bass Bucks. These are more causal but defiantly will stand out in a good way. Also Mocs or Boat shoes would be a good option.

u/notspartanono · 14 pointsr/malefashionadvice

The shoes you've got go best with (casual or dress) shirts and chinos. You can also wear then with dark jeans (without distressing), but I think there are better shoes for jeans.

These are some shoes that I like wearing with jeans and chinos. The leather is more casual, and the shape is a little different than the derby you have.

Another option is blucher mocs.

u/eetsumkaus · 14 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Suede bucks: Bass Buckingham

PTB: MFA seem to like PTBs on the high end. The Kenilworths used to get a lot of play around here, but they're on a very different last than Alden PTBs, much narrower.

The Leeds gets more attention on SF, but again is constructed differently than an Alden PTB (edit: nvm, I was thinking of these PTBs). You can typically find them on the Allen Edmonds Shoebank for < $300

u/sawedust · 5 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Look for white bucks.

Bass Buckinghams are a good start.

If you're looking for sneakers, there's ton of options out there. 70s Chucks or new Jack Purcells are where I'd look. Highly consider the Adidas Stan Smiths too.

u/RoastedToastedBread · 5 pointsr/TeenFA
u/-rando- · 4 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Sorry, but I am not a fan of either of those. The straps on those Chelsea boots kill them for me, and the leather looks cheap and plasticky in the pictures. The Derbies also aren't a good pick for something to start building a wardrobe up.

I would start with something like this: Bass bucks or this Clark Desert London Oxford in Beeswax or brown suede. You can wear either of those with jeans or chinos and an OCBD. From there, you can move on to dress shoes, or a Chelsea boot, but get something nice, like this JE Chelsea.

u/WhiskeyBerries · 3 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I am seeing some at 10 and 11 right now.

edit: couldn't add them to cart.

Java in 9.5, 10, 11 for 38

Tan 9, 9. 5, 10.5

Hummus 9, 9.5, 10.5, 11

edit: all these sizes have gone back except 9.5 in Hummus

u/TheOutdoorsGuy · 3 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

The Bass Buckingham Perhaps?

u/Jedibrad · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Blucher mocs, wingtips, boots (option 2), chukkas (option 2), penny loafers, and bucks (option 2 & option 3) are all some great options.

If you can, try to introduce him to slimmer pants in a darker wash -- perhaps some 511's or 513's in 'rigid dragon' or 'bastion' respectively? Combined with some new shoes, he'll look great. :)

u/thegreatone3486 · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

This might be a fun exercise :

December :

Rogue Territory $166 + hemming

Garrison Watch caps - Black and Olive together for $25 each

Sabah shoes - the particular style is a limited edition $190

Reigning Champ Tiger Fleece crewneck in Olive for $70~
November :

JCrew Catskill Green Chinos for $45

Uniqlo U Grey Pullover and Green Cashmere crewneck - $109

Norse nunk Parka for $300~

A navy shawl collar sweater I picked up at a local Irish store for $150

September :

Tate + yoko mystery bag for $180. Terrible purchase. I got a decent jacket out of this, but the denim fit was atrocious and I already had it hemmed to my inseam length which meant selling it is damn near impossible.

August :

Following things from Topman : Grey Crewneck for $6 (Made in UK!), Pink checked shirt for $12, Burgundy twill shirt for $12, Band collar red and black check for $11, Collarless bomber jacket for $9.

I still think someone goofed up with these prices. I didn't even return anything. all of them fit relatively well

[Norse Projects Space dye sweater] ( -- $101

July :

Barbour x White Mountaineering casual jacket -- $169.

Abercrombie and Fitch 7in shorts for $20 bucks each. Fight me!

June :

Nothing of note.

May :

Gitman bros oxford for $55

John Varvatos suede derbies for $71

Barbour Netherby Crewneck $45

Anonymousism socks

April :

Cole Haan Oxfords $60

January :

G H Bass isaac buc in olive $34

This doesn't include the random pickups from B&M stores which were mostly at Banana Republic, mostly shirts and a couple of chinos.

I was also gifted an Allen Edmonds Strands shoe for which I gave the wrong size.
The buying pattern clearly stepped over the second half and I became much better at realizing what I liked and what I wanted to buy.

Best buys :

Norse Nunk parka

Barbour x White mountaineering

John Varvatos Suede derbies

u/PvtTimHall · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice These Bass Buckinghams in grey; worn mostly with dark denim jeans.

u/herpanderpentine · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Are these shoes welted? Try going to /r/goodyearwelt for more information on the shoes, considering I've never heard of this company. If they're bondwelted (the soles are glued onto the shoe, making resoling difficult to impossible), I would pass on them and look for some higher quality shoes. These Red Wing Beckman Oxfords are a little more expensive, but will last you much longer. Alternatively, these Bass Buckingham oxfords are very similar and cost half as much as the ones you linked.

u/AJ12AY · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I've been wearing sperrys mostly and want to diversify my wardrobe. Had my eyes on these in Grenata color, not sure if they aren't too crazy for what I have going. Are these shoes versatile, or should I go for something else? Are these too formal for casual wear? Kinda have canvas shoes in mind as well...

u/lopsided_louche · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Of the two you linked to I'd take the Rockports but neither are good quality shoes. (or oxfords for that matter...)

You can expect about a year or two from a pair of Rockports/Eccos before they fall apart but they start looking old and clapped out within a few weeks. u/TheFranchize is right on the money with his suggestion of a decent pair of derbies on comfy crepe soles. A soft, rubber sole should also do the trick - from the Bass Buckingham on the lower end to the Sanders Jack on the slightly more expensive side.

u/stone_sentinel · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Seems like you're looking for a pair of navy suede bucks. Bass is a solid brand and has a couple options like the Pasadena and the Buckingham. Check around for pricing, but they shouldn't run you down too much.

u/teachersplaytoo · 2 pointsr/Teachers

Clarks Desert boots

Bass Buckingham oxfords

Adidas Stan Smith

Those 3 are durable, offer a range of dress and are pretty comfy. Pair them with chinos, khakis or jeans, but not trousers or slacks. All 3 should hit your "not running shoes or anything too fancy" stipulation.

u/word_virus · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

There's not really any rules here and you're free to buy any shoes that fit your fancy whenever. CDBs and other brown/black dress shoes get recommended a lot as your 'first' shoes because of their utility. They're shoes that go with just about anything. It's hard to recommend crazy colors to people coming here seeking generic advice simply because they're hard to match with anything without knowing the specific contents of their wardrobe. If you wanna experiment with colors you should probably start with Converse/Vans because they're cheap and they come in any color of the rainbow, so you're not out a ton of money if they don't end up working out or are of only limited utility. If you want something dressier, I think you might like a pair of white bucks - these'll go great with all your pastels. And if you wanna get a little crazy check out the Cole Haan Air Colton. They make these in a saddle shoe and an oxford that you can get with some crazy neon details.

Edit because I fucked up the link format.

u/dylan424 · 1 pointr/TeenMFA

Chuck Taylors - high vs low in white? My friend says I need to get high but I really want the lows. Also, opinions on these in grey?

u/Straffick · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I'd say the most versatile brown shoe that can be worn with pants or shorts would have to be something like some Bass Bucks in Taupe. Some white Vans Authentics would be nice if you want to stick to tennis shoes, but you can actually dress up the Tan Bucks if you need to.

u/wisstig96 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

You can go with a derby shoe like this one from [Bass] ( or a casual sneaker. I'm wearing Converse IIs and on top of looking as great and classic as ever, they're super comfortable. But Stan Smiths, Puma suede classics, Vans, etc. are all good choices.

u/fivehournap · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

1901 oxfords or bass buckinghams? In terms of quality? The bass bucks are cheaper though. (not sure which color i'd get though). However, I have a $40 nordstroms gift card that i could use too.

I've been looking for some casual shoes that i could wear to work (college job...not that formal) but were a step up from sneakers. Hoping this fits the bill.

What colors are generally the most versatile?

u/InsulaTergum · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I feel like some [L.L. Bean Camp Moccasin]( or G.H. Bass Bucks would work really well for you.

u/hemifieldsofgreen · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice
u/ProcastnationStation · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Maybe Bass Buckingham would be appropriate? You can get them in brown, and a taupe suede version might work too.

u/RaWWtF · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

You could go for some Bass Buckinhams

Or the bulbous version the Brocktons

Both are pretty good quality and the price isn't too bad either.

u/asianfuntime · 1 pointr/TeenMFA

the shirt is too casual for a banquet. try getting an ocbd to keep it a bit casual, but still formal enough.

the pants you have aren't even chino. they're styled in a 5 pocket design and from the looks of it, looks like jean material.

these are cheap but still suitable for a banquet. even if you don't have a banquet, you can still wear these. versatile.

also no bowties unless this is an extremely formal event.

u/unimagine2 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Jeans are very dark. Which brown do you think would work best? I'm leaning towards the Taupe Suede.

u/_shmike_ · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I'm looking to buy a pair of shoes or boots to go for a business casual look.

I recently bought these pants from JCrew and I'm having some trouble trying to pick a color to match. These are the shoes I'm looking at, and leaning towards the taupe or grey option.

I'm also looking at the Bass Plano Boot in taupe, but leaning towarsd the bucs right now.

u/akaneel · 1 pointr/TeenMFA

Bass buckinghams? They have black but I'd go with Navy or brown since they're much more versatile.

CDBs/Bushacres are okay too, like the guy below said, it's debate. Nobody's going to really care.

u/Spandax · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

I just want something to wear with a button down. But i think if I do go for I will get the bass ones from Amazon they seem like a good price and quality because I don't really want those hard leather ones. I like these

u/von_sip · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Based on the options you've included I'd suggest some suede bucks. Also, those Toms are hideous.