The Bucks Stop Here

It’s Labor Day, the end of summer, and the last day to wear white bucks. Unless, of course, you’re Pat Boone, whose perennial collection is seen here in 1959.

7 Comments on "The Bucks Stop Here"

  1. The question is: When do you have to stop wearing dirty bucks

  2. foolio_iglesias | September 7, 2009 at 3:09 pm |

    The answer is:one doesn’t have to….

  3. You’ve had some great posts recently-great to see. Hope you had a smashing weekend!

  4. Thanks. I thought it was five posts in a row, but it was seven. Time to slow things down, I think.

    Believe me, this would be the funnest full-time job in the world if it were possible.

  5. The white bucks have been put away now until spring. They got a lot of wear over the summer, and I always received positive comments. The tan or “dirty” bucks I willcontinue to wear late into the fall. Though there is no rule, I do not wear them in the dead of winter.

  6. Though I am not Pat Boone, I will be wearing white after Labor Day—in moderation. Wearing white bucs like you would any other shoe can work if you get your head out of the way.

  7. Nobody with a shred of taste wears white bucks brand-spanking white; so nobody with a shred of style yields to some middle-class notion of seasonal propriety. Period.

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