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By that logic navy shoes would not only be a good match with suits, but with odd trousers/SCs as well since an overwhelming percentage of odd trousers tends to be grey. Would you consider them a good combination with odd trousers/SCs, RogerP? Been wanting a pair of navy shoes, but have been reluctant to get a pair because I almost always wear odd trousers with SCs.

 

Agreed with the others above.  I pair them with navy and greys all the time.  Pic below are navy Carmina shell wholecuts.  They look black in the pic, but then very dark blue shoes look close to black indoors anyway.

 

 

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post #15347 of 20287
Thanks, RogerP. Something among those lines was what I had in mind. It does indeed look good. If I acquire a pair I'd want a pair that's as dark as possible. Also, I would consider having a brown sole edge to add some visual interest, like the Carmina quarter brogues Steve is currently stocking at Gentlemen's Footwear.
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Bontoni navy with grey suit.

Sorry for posting a different maker in the Vass thread
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They look brown-ish on my phone. I'll have to check at my laptop later.

 

Uhh that's probably just my bad iPhone picture quality :paranoia:

post #15350 of 20287
Looking fabulous, Justin. Thank you gentlemen. I appreciate the help. I will probably pursue a navy shoe sometime in the future. Most probably from Vass.
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Looking at the HUF/USD exchange rate trend line ... just about time to order more shoes.

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They charge me by the euro. They charge you by the HUF?
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I hope I'm not spoiling the navy calf trend. Plain OEII in dark brown.

 

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They charge me by the euro. They charge you by the HUF?

 

Using a credit card, yes. It was Euros using wire transfer.

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^ thanks. the uppers are made from a single piece of shell cordovan with a faux captoe stitch

Is there a functional benefit to having the vamp/top part made of suede? i.e. it's more durable/wears better/etc?


Edited by cakv - 5/27/15 at 4:13pm
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So quick question, besides no man walks alone were do you guys buy your vass shoes from in USA.
post #15357 of 20287
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So quick question, besides no man walks alone were do you guys buy your vass shoes from in USA.
proxies, ebay, direct from Vass.
post #15358 of 20287
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Polished up thee ole valway in burgundy shell



I know I am little late to the party but wow omfg is that mto or rtw.
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proxies, ebay, direct from Vass.
Thank you bud
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Using a credit card, yes. It was Euros using wire transfer.


Forgot they started doing that, I just got used to the PITA wires.

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