Color coordination takes a turn to the green

I like wearing Vibram's Five Fingers shoes, they were one of the crucial tools that tough me to walk correctly when I lost a lot of weight and my body was still trying to stand and move as if I still carried it.

Sadly, they didn't turn up to be very popular at work where I was accused of impersonating a Platypus, and therefore I wear them mostly at home and on holidays.

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Yema is also not very popular, they simply have neither the production volume nor the brand recognition, and they are also French and we are known for doing things differently and sometime annoyingly so. 

Both are very comfortable and my choice for today. I also discovered that they are a perfect color match with their green and grey and yellow elements. A discovery that was both surprising because I didn't intend it, and pleasing because I like the result.

I try to match my watches to the clothes I wear during the work week, mostly making sure that shoes, belt and watches don't clash with each other, but these are usually conscious decisions because I want to project professionalism or blend with the people I have to meet.  

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That made me think that I'm probably not the only one who match watches to wardrobe, the question is which comes first: Do you decide on the watch first and then on the clothes to match or is it the other way around?

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watch first then shoes and belt. but then i just have 3 shoes lol

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watch first then shoes and belt. but then i just have 3 shoes lol

A limited selection of foot wear is a common flaw with men. OTOH, with the GF I sometime get the impression that I live with Imelda Marcos.