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Yes, they do, especially the Jpz ladies.
Quote: Originally Posted by laufer Do you mind sharing a model name or number of these and the store where you bought them? I would appreciate it. I bought it at the Carmina store on avenue de l'Opera in Paris. The box says "80152 Oscar Cognac Cordovan", so the model must be either Oscar or 80152.
Quote: Originally Posted by SpooPoker Wow, Im digging those. Armoury? Price? Bought from the Carmina store in Paris; price was about 500 EUR.
New Carmina, bought this morning. They are my first - and probably will remain my only - cordovan shoes. I love the heavy stitching...
What does HAF stand for? I know what they are, just not what the letters are the acronym for.
Quote: Originally Posted by acidboy I like those shoes, but I have no idea what I would wear them with.
Quote: Originally Posted by Pliny 'In matters of taste ...' as they say - but I find the New Peter works for bluchers, esp without brogueing or ornament in a countrified style as in second from right below. BTW the Gieves and Hawkes tweed jacket arrived a couple days ago and I've been meaning to say cheers. It's a stunner, I love it and just need the temp to drop below 20 degrees so I can wear it out! 2nd from left is an EG Dover,...
Fair point - found a couple of useful threads: - http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=191177 - http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=174231
All, How do the G&G shoes compare to other premium brands, for example Edward Green? Thanks, JD
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