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Posts by Christopher Essex

Here's a pic of both the C&J Tebury and the KW suede chukka. As you can see, both are quite similar lasts.
I work for a small software company where all of our customers are located throughout the US, so there is no requirement for any kind of dress code.Most people here are technical, so there's a lot of jeans and t-shirts, and even though our office is located in the downtown core of Vancouver, there is no incentive or requirement to dress any differently.I work in the Account Mgmt/Support area and so generally my office attire consists of nice trousers and shirts (with...
Try a Google image search. Matteo is (probably) not a member of SF.
I have both the KW chukkas and the C&J Tetburys - I'll try and take a comparison shot of them this evening.
When I was single I would either wear socks or go barefoot, but found that my socks and/or feet would get dirty from the dust on the hardwood floors (being single, I guess I wasn't too obsessive about vacuuming).Since I've been married, we have a shoes-on house. My wife's mother is from Scotland and they're a staunch shoes-on family, so I've just adapted (and it really wasn't a big issue).As long as people wipe their feet upon entering, they really don't dirty the floors....
Ah. I really like the one Mr.Titsworth posted.
Which one?
RE: pronunciation - I think it's intended to be a cross between 'luxury' and 'desire'. I pronounce it LUX-I-ER with a long 'I', rather than LUX-EER.I may be completely wrong, though. It certainly does not roll off the tongue easily for me.
FIELD TRIP!!!Also, a Mr. Fields trip?
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