or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Gdot

Welcome young one.Your best simple bet is Meltonian cream polish in a shade to match your shoes (or just slightly lighter).From your description of the sole it sounds like you bought 'driving shoes' these are not going to be terribly durable, they are not designed for heavy wear.As for the wrinkles - they happen - shoe trees, kept in the shoe at all times that you are not wearing them will minimize them.
my eyes surely deceive me.
Saint James II in Vintage Rioja or Racing Green.
Good to know - and only makes the whole site even more suspect.
WA?????? These must be counterfit. They have 'John Lobb' for the same low price. Seems to be associated with a company in India called Myntra?
Hell - sometimes they come from the factory that way! I'd wait a couple of days and check back. One might simply have been 'dryer' and absorbed more moisture/pigment.If still uneven after waiting just put another coat on the lighter shoe and they will probably even out.
Aj lives in Delhi. Import duties in India are very high.
Of course there is. Empire, Federal, Greek Revival, Regency, are all particular periods of furnishings or interior designs that might be considered as 'neo classical'. Some more so than others.
I'd go for the Alfred Sargent. The leather quality on their exclusive range is very nice. I have one pair from them and the leather is very comparable to G&G. Look at the pictures closely you can see the difference in the photos.
Cheesus!?!?!?!?!?! Is that you?
New Posts  All Forums: