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Thanks for the suggestions guys. They all look great and I've never seen wallets like these before.   They're all way out of my budget though which is only around $50. I like this Saddleback one for $21 but shame the shipping brings it out of budget: http://www.saddlebackleather.com/businesscreditcardwallet?quantity=1&custcol2=Chestnut&custcol3=Pigskin&custcol15=Current
So I realised I only ever carry my credit card, myki, driver's license and maybe a note or two. What would be a good wallet to hold all of these?   Maybe something like this? http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Unisex-Men-Magic-Money-Clip-Wallet-ID-Bag-Credit-Card-Cash-Ticket-Holder-/351288461200?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_15&var=&hash=item51ca6c8790
I couldn't resist. I bought a pair of Loake Pimlico in Dark Brown Suede as well.   Where should I get my shoe trees for the Pimlico? I heard Double Monks was good but they're $50. Are they much better than these ones from eBay which are $28? http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1-Pair-Mens-Cedar-Wood-Shoe-Tree-Shaper-Keeper-Wooden-Stretcher-UK-6-7-8-9-10-11-/191316572483?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_15&var=&hash=item2c8b5b3943   Also how do you exactly put shoe trees into boots? I tried...
Hmm that's odd. The Herring discount code I normally use for free trees use to give me the Herring Cedar Trees. Now they are giving me the Herring Expanding Trees which are made from Sanded Wood. Going to email them and see if they can change it but otherwise I guess Sanded Wood will do. 
Sorry to disappoint but I'm actually on quite a small budget. The cheapest burgundy belt on Herring is the Kensington for around $123AUD.   Would something like this be ok? http://www.uniqlo.com/au/store/men-no-stitched-belt-0872410002.html   I can already feel the cringes I'm bound to get...
OK I'm going to get the Strands in Burgundy from Herring! Now to find a burgundy belt, I've actually never worn burgundy shoes before so I have no idea what to expect. Should be fun. Any recommendations on an inexpensive burgundy belt is greatly appreciated. 
 Now I want to get the Strand in Burgundy. I'm a bit worried about the Loake Ledbury though since I don't know my size and I was hoping to start a Capital Last collection. Considering I only have the Black Aldwych now and I won't be buying another pair of shoes until next year, what should I get as my 2nd dress shoe for daily rotation with the Aldwych? I've narrowed my options down to the Burgundy Strand, Dark Brown Buckingham or another pair of black shoes. Dress code at...
 I've actually got a pair of Tan Wingtips from Florsheim already: http://fashionshoesonline.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/shoes_520ba748bb4c4.jpg. I tend not to wear these with suits though since I like to save them for dates, parties and other fancy dress events, but they go nice with my navy suit.  Once I get the Loake Strands in Black, I'm planning to rotate them along with my Loake Aldwych. We have casual fridays so I'll only be wearing each shoe twice a week. My...
Think I'll go with the Loake Strands from Herring. Or these ones from Septieme - http://www.septiemelargeur.fr/en/oxford/56-cernay-noir-206.html#/uk_homme-75. But leaning more towards Loake since I know my size (7 on capital last) unless Septieme are better quality and size is comparable.   Black is the safer option but the Burgundy looks beautiful, though might look a bit odd in my work place where black is the only shoe colour you see. 
That's a great idea. Now l really don't know what to get.
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