I am a guy 17 years and I have semi-white loafers, I will use a blue jean shirt and a semi-adjustable without swaddle, but I'm not use them with or without socks, is to go to the office, and if socks , what color socks?. Picture me the look that I mentioned earlier, I'm good-looking, semi-formal shirt with a color that is (no wrap) dark blue jeans and white moccasins semiformal (more informal than formal, but left with shirts). How do I look better? no socks or socks, but what color?. if you go to the office wing socks as we say in Colombia is an extension of the pants so it must be consistent with the color of the pants, you've said you're going to the office and most presentable is that you wear socks (socks) rather use them without socks for a night out or something less formal, remember the sock is not according to the shoe pants . . I hope my answer is served. Sometimes none of the answers it just right. If so, pick "No better answer. " Users do not receive points for voting on the case of "No Best Answer". I remember a couple of years ago I went to a talk by the Circle of Advertising where some of the premier advertising Uruguayan advertising spoke about the reality of our country. One person who heard repeatedly asking "why advertising was better than Argentina in Uruguay 'to what the Executive Creative Director gave different answers. Some said it was not so well, others talked about budgets, numbers of people, opportunities, the mischief of the Argentine as the public and customers want more creative. Whether for whatever reason and despite being convinced that the dulce de leche and Gardel, are Uruguayan truth is that most of the ads that I love are from Argentina. The crazy going well and there's no doubt. So when White Moccasins told me the book that pays homage to the Argentine advertising that "stepped" feel free to share with you. The book was written by Maximiliano Anselmo and Sebastian Wilhelm owner and creative director of the agency Santo Argentina and discusses the main players in Argentina. Leandro Raposo - "Leandro was one of those responsible for advertising give Argentina a story and an identity" Tilinga not "that went to the cinema more than advertising. " Fernando Vega Olmos - "If I had decided to become a garbage dump, now would be the king of the landfills, dumps Argentines would be respected in the world and would waste exporting to Europe. " This post is tagged Argentine agencies, agulla, Alberto Ponte, Argentina, Carlos Bayala, Carlos Perez, creative Argentine Damian Kepel, David Ratto, countryside, Fernando Vega Olmos, Gabriel Dreyfus, Hugo Casares, Jose Joaquin Molla, Jorge Hewymann, Schussheim Jorge, Juan Carlos Colonosse, Leandro Raposo, best Argentine public, Maximiliano Anselmo, Omar Di Nardo, Pablo Del Campo, Argentina advertising, Ramiro Agulla, Raul Lopez Rossi, editors Argentine Ricardo De Luca, Rodrigo Figueroa Reyes, Saint Sebastian Wilhelm. . . .