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This maybe the way some or even most go about it, but that doesn't mean that's the way it has to be.In fact I would recommend if you know what you want and why you want it to go for it. The sooner they recognize this the better.
No we are not.I'm just posting Burgundy and Burgandy alternative shoes in the Burgundy Appreciation Thread.
Who said it had to be your one and only?
No, it's your starter shoe term.There really is no such thing.
Keep reading.Just don't read @Tifosi posts. LOL
How about something in Red Cognac and Bordeux Scotchgrain.
So if I know I want and I am willing to pay for something from Edward Green but I can't unless I buy something from AE first?Starter shoes, come on. LOL
What the heck is a starter shoe?So it should have training wheels. LOL
Ok, then let's go with something in Vintage Rioja.
This has always been my number one favorite when it comes to a Burgundy shoe.
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