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My blazer is gilt edge but a heavier weight. It works well and definitely doesn't look suity. That said, Edmorel has a nice hopsack for sale that would work too.....
New in box. RARE Special Makeup that is currently all sold out. ALDEN. #8 SHELL CORDOVAN Size 8.5D on the Barrie last. Comes with box, shoe bags. Asking $750.
I have a pair of Edward Green Chelseas for sale. These are timeless classics and are exceptionally well made. Goodyear welted with a closed channel outsole. Premium black calf on the 202 last. Size 8.5/9E . These shoes were worn for 5 hours. Asking $700 $650 shipped CONUS.
For flannel I'd take a look at fox's selections http://www.themerchantfox.co.uk/cat/79/flannel For hopsack I'd look at Smith Woolens gilt edge (plenty of other options at Harrison's) For fresco I'd do Minnis. Other frescos are also nice, but I think Minnis would work best for a navy DB.
I'd go navy flannel. If that's too warm then Navy hopsack. If that's still too warm, then Navy fresco.
Is a medallion on the captoe okay?http://www.fransboonestore.com/collections/boots/products/alden-3980h-cordovan-straight-tip-medaillon-toe-boot?variant=19695076935
Nicholas says its an old Freudenberg. The swatch he sent was great- if you are interested would secure what's left if possible.....
One of my favorite loafer styles.....
Looking forward to these. The other pairs I had made by Cleverley looked nice, but these really mirror the original.
Best Ramen is in South Bay. Heard Kiramachi is decent. It's close to where you stay....
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