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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
MMM Replica Grey Suede Pecos Boots

MMM Replica Charcoal Suede Pecos Boots

New 'Babe Alert' Girlfriend


If any of these don't work out for you let me know.
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Bought the winter boots berlin report presented here:


http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...&postcount=439


They are soooo nice.
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

Now I feel like I gotta cop em all When you're there in the middle of a C+J display the swag juice of all the shoes is overwhelming.

The calvary calf from c&j will leave you disappointed. They do have the nicest lasts though out of all the mid level english shoe makers.
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post
My Albam knit still hasn't been shipped and I want it NOW, to make a bad thing worse it's a bank holiday in the UK, so it wont get shipped until tomorrow at the earliest

Good thing that I paid extra for express shipping

I'm in the same boat. I had two knits shipped right before Christmas, and I don't think they made it out of the UK before everyone took a week off.
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Originally Posted by bananananana View Post
The calvary calf from c&j will leave you disappointed. They do have the nicest lasts though out of all the mid level english shoe makers.

don't start me on an MC shoe quest thing, I have a problem with addiction and I have no more space left for shoes. Plus, I only wear these kinds of shoes like twice a year.
post #10506 of 44829
i fucking love my MC shoes. so beautiful
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holiday '10 gifts & purchases, blue and grey happiness



justin ropers, jcrew flannel, 3 ervell buttondowns & a hat, jil s/s pants, r&b and incotex winter pants, club monaco sweater
post #10508 of 44829
whoa those boots look crazy
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
i fucking love my MC shoes. so beautiful
Am I the only one whom finds the phrase "MC shoes" funny/odd? Seems more like a reference to the structure within this forum than anything meaningful. Are we really to believe there are two main categories of dress and that most people fall squarely into one or the other? Or is what we're seeing really an expression of tribal membership, providing members with a preferred identity? For example, when a SW&D member buys shoes that MC members would approve of, he posts them in SW&D and labels them "MC shoes". It is as if he wants to wear a piece normally associated with another tribe, but in doing so he does not want to be associated with that other tribe. If so, perhaps the terms MC and SW&D are really lies designed to seem polite. Just looking though the recent purchases shows there is so much crossover that it's not really about a preferred type of clothing. Isn't it really Old Men/Conservative/Past vs. Young Men/Trendy/Current? The MC does SW&D competition about a month ago seemed to confirm this being the only real difference.
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Man, relax. I was just being cheeky about the MC thing. I have like 20 pairs of 'baller' sneakers and only 2 pairs of shoes I could show up to court in.
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Originally Posted by PinkPantser View Post
justin ropers, jcrew flannel, 3 ervell buttondowns & a hat, jil s/s pants, r&b and incotex winter pants, club monaco sweater

JCrew from you of all people?! Blasphemy! Jet would not approve. Although he wears Hanes so I guess we can safely ignore his opinion. Never mind I guess.
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BB1 do you think this much about everything lol
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Originally Posted by BB1 View Post
JCrew from you of all people?! Blasphemy! Jet would not approve. Although he wears Hanes so I guess we can safely ignore his opinion. Never mind I guess.
jet gives me a pass on jcrew shirts and desert boots
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well not exactly streetwear...but am excited about this one!
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Originally Posted by BB1 View Post
Am I the only one whom finds the phrase "MC shoes" funny/odd? Seems more like a reference to the structure within this forum than anything meaningful. Are we really to believe there are two main categories of dress and that most people fall squarely into one or the other? Or is what we're seeing really an expression of tribal membership, providing members with a preferred identity?

For example, when a SW&D member buys shoes that MC members would approve of, he posts them in SW&D and labels them "MC shoes". It is as if he wants to wear a piece normally associated with another tribe, but in doing so he does not want to be associated with that other tribe.

If so, perhaps the terms MC and SW&D are really lies designed to seem polite. Just looking though the recent purchases shows there is so much crossover that it's not really about a preferred type of clothing. Isn't it really Old Men/Conservative/Past vs. Young Men/Trendy/Current? The MC does SW&D competition about a month ago seemed to confirm this being the only real difference.

Yeah, meant to be more of an ironic thing. Although i do think that there is a difference between "MC" shoes (C&J, AS, EG, JL Vass etc) and SW&D shoes (Paul Smith, NDC, some Aldens etc).

"MC" shoes generally don't look good with jeans, they're too sleek. Which is fine by me cos i don't wear jeans too much these days anyway.
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