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post #19081 of 20287
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Getting a pair of MTO in also. V Cap Oxford in K Last. Bordeaux and Oxblood:





 
this is the exact make up i had last year. enjoy the new shoes.
post #19082 of 20287
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Originally Posted by Mute View Post

Getting a pair of MTO in also. V Cap Oxford in K Last. Bordeaux and Oxblood:


 

@Mute @PeeCeeBee Excellent choice and combo; I was eyeing them too :) Enjoy !


Edited by andrel42 - 4/6/16 at 7:34am
post #19083 of 20287
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@mw313Sure! From top to bottom:

 

1) Ascot Oxford (polished) in antique cognac & reddish suede in lace and ankle section on the U-Last

2) Austerity Brogue in Navy calf on the K-Last

3) V-tip Oxford (polished) in antique calf & scotch grain (burnished toes & polished shined) on the U-Last

4) Same as 3)

5) Left pair is an Ascot Oxford (polished) in navy museum calf on the U-Last

 

These are all MTO's ordered 6 to 8 weeks back.

post #19084 of 20287
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Hi all!

New member here.
Bought these in the Vass-Store in Budapest last week.
Cap toe derbies on the New Peter-last with patina toes. Very pleased.

//Mattias (Stockholm)
post #19085 of 20287
Another pic
post #19086 of 20287
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Getting a pair of MTO in also. V Cap Oxford in K Last. Bordeaux and Oxblood: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Damn those are HOT!   Great choice.

post #19087 of 20287
Very nice. Agree a group mto should be arranged.
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Some inbound MTO's ... can't stand being barefoot for so long, ha, ha !

















@hoodog
Please note the birds-eye view this time around, although still on British grass :-)

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Those suede galoshes.... oh wows. Group MTO anyone?
post #19088 of 20287

Brilliant idea. How would we go about joining a group? 

post #19089 of 20287
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Brilliant idea. How would we go about joining a group? 

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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post

Just wanted to advertise the GMTO I'm currently running. It's an Ascot Shoes Budapest model for Vass exclusively for Ascot Shoes. You can find more pictures and details at the following link http://www.styleforum.net/t/517989/gmto-for-ascot-shoes-budapest-model-by-vass

post #19090 of 20287
How does an Edward Green suede mink silverstone chukka boots compare to the Vass choco suede chukkas? Is it the same color or somewhat different?
post #19091 of 20287

Some more pictures of the calf/suede Oxford as requested for your viewing pleasure; I am sure a group MTO can be organised with @Ascotshoes

Note the white contrasting stitching (will have to be careful with the polishing!)
 

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post #19092 of 20287
The galosh makes the shoe, great choice @andrel42
post #19093 of 20287
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The galosh makes the shoe, great choice @andrel42

Plus great pattern work by Vass - I've seen some MTOs that just don't work well, but there they have got the proportions spot on.
post #19094 of 20287
@SimonC Thank you kindly; the credit goes to Ascotshoes with a little input from me and of course the great team in the workshop where beautiful shoes are born smile.gif
post #19095 of 20287

Not yet in my possession but they're on their way soon:

 

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