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I believe Vass has screwed both these brands for most of the styles when it comes to value/price/hype lately.
Church's still got it! As I wrote before, their Ryder III Chukka boot is the most comfortable shoe I own. Suede is amazing too! Trouble is the aura this brand developed after the Prada took over. But I think their classics like Ryder or Consul will still find it's way to buyers, though it's hard to compete with the brand like Crockett Jones that is offering products at the same price level these days.
Always nice to see a colorful page!
What do you mean by "joking"?Firstly, I didn't mention the JLP at all. I was referring to the John Lobb St. James street (JLSJ)Secondly, Those are the prices I found on the John Lobb SJ web page.http://www.johnlobbltd.co.uk/main/pricelist.htmSays leather shoes cost 3,470 GBP + 20 VAT if you are in the UK. Total = 4.164 GBP ~ 6.300 $ (ALL OUR MODELS ARE EXCLUSIVELY BESPOKE HANDMADE TO MEASURE) @mw313 It does make sense if you have a orthopedic disorder or unusually big...
Is it really worth shelling out a $6K for a bespoke pair if a RTW fits you just fine? I never thought actually ordering a pair, nor I will, but would like to hear an opinion if someone here got a pair from JLSJ .. What could possibly justify the 6x bigger price? Uniqueness?  
You are on a roll!  
Great kop! Can you report what was there eventually? What were the prices of Oxfords and Boots, how many styles was offered and in what sizes?
Amazing makeup, price and condition! Would be mine already if 9.5 ..
St. Crepin 2010 is the Queen of the collection!
Guys, I need to order some casual trousers for the Summer which I plan on wearing with the polo shirts and perhaps short sleeve casual shirt. This would be my first purchase ever from the Suit Supply and I am totally lost what style to order as most of the trousers is not shown on the mannequin. Slim-fit trousers fit me best, and I like the 2 inch cuff styles they are offering, however, I cannot tell the difference between the Soho and Brentwood trousers fit nor it it...
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