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Posts by Michael Ay329

B.S., do you have more photos or a link to this shoe?
The fading upgrades a gorgeous shoe into a work of art...for ONLY an extra 380 quid
The weather is in the upper 50/lower 60 throughout southern cal, so a tweed odd jacket would be appropriate....especially if you will be up and out in the mornings before 8am when the weather is in the low 40s. Just make sure to throw on a fair isle slip over vest to complete the look
I love my 3 piece tweed suits...but my I suggest a 2 piece instead and place a fair isle slip over vest to complement the gorgeous earth tone hues on your tweed.Personally I would make an odd trouser out of it...but I can easily see an odd tweed jacket, fair isle slipover, and a heavy earth toned corduroy trouser
Pengranger...that shoe exudes elegance. Way cool RJMan had Tony Gaziano (while at Edward Green) build a similar green design...but yours adds the faux lacing...which IMHO, completes it And the antiqued 3 piece shoe trees look awesome The color of the shoe tree makes me wonder is this a navy leather or black?
The wing tip design on a Hungarian Budapester style raised toe box last is a very comfortable shoe. it does not look modern like a Vass F, or G&G TG73, with a sleek rounded toe or a squared and chiseled toe But when you see it in person...its intriguing When you put it one...its roomy, comfortably wide, and just feels right (especially with my high instep) I'm glad I took the gamble and made a monk strap version in both the wing tips (budapester) and the alt wein...
They were, and I would welcome G&G to experiment replicating this as a durable patina for their MTO or Deco range
Davesmith...those bespoke grey leather brogues look awesome...but it looks more like a white shoe with lots of black and grey antiquing...and I would be concerned they could not keep that look for long...thus we haven't seen this shoe show up in their RTW/MTO line
mcobinad...your contrasting Shannons look great Have you previously owned a pair of balmoral boots...or are these your first?
Lord Londonberry (with his hands in his pockets), wears Jodphur bootsAdd some Astrakhan to the lapels and sleeve cuffs and they look even more elegant
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