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In terms of "fashion" I think they are interchangeable. However, when it comes to leathers, I've always found oxblood has more of a dark brown or black undertone with red intermingled (rather than a red base in burgundy shoes). It gives the leather a deeper, almost uniformly red-burnished appearance and makes the shoes appear dark brown or black in low light. I have a pair of old bit loafers with "oxblood" leather and they wear somewhere between black, brown and...
Oxblood > burgundy.
All that spitting and spanking will invariably lead to new stains.
Tweed in the City was robbed (again)
The trick is to figure out who's driving those cars and avoid them like the fucking plague.
Taub did one for Crompton...http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2013/07/the-bespoke-leather-jacket-part-1.html
Museum Calf-looking briefcase (vintage A&F).
Brood harder!
Likely best to wear it unbuttoned and popped.
Thanks, guys. Some great leads here. I've been a pretty loyal RRL guy but recently have found Low-Straights are too low rise to tuck in shirts and Straight is too wide at the leg opening to wear anything but boots. Will give LVC's spin.
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