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Peacocky = Italian? Do go on...lookaround.gif

Not sure what you're asking...?

I'm saying that some of the OTT norwegese stitched italian shoes - which are often on square-ish toed lasts and feature burnished/interesting leather - stand out significantly when worn with, say, a navy suit. Nothing wrong with that, just that if i'm going to be wearing a formal suit i'd want things to be a bit more coherent.

I prefer these types of shoes with more casual clothes, where I think they can blend in a bit more easily - keeping in mind I wear camo print, purple corduroy, olive tweed, oxidised copper coloured pants casually.

I'm not the biggest fan of antiquing, personally. I prefer to just let it happen naturally.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

Not sure what you're asking...?
I'm saying that some of the OTT norwegese stitched italian shoes - which are often on square-ish toed lasts and feature burnished/interesting leather - stand out significantly when worn with, say, a navy suit. Nothing wrong with that, just that if i'm going to be wearing a formal suit i'd want things to be a bit more coherent.
I prefer these types of shoes with more casual clothes, where I think they can blend in a bit more easily - keeping in mind I wear camo print, purple corduroy, olive tweed, oxidised copper coloured pants casually.
I'm not the biggest fan of antiquing, personally. I prefer to just let it happen naturally.

I'm not the biggest fan of antiquing, personally. I prefer to just let it happen naturally

keeping in mind I wear camo print, purple corduroy, olive tweed, oxidised copper coloured pants casually

As you would.
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Do you have a perspective to offer?
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^ You know what I will write?

 

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Like always, AWESOME!

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^ You know what I will write?
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Like always, AWESOME!

nephew,
thank you
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#8 full strap
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Couple of Vass shells straight from Kolecho.
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Couple of Vass shells straight from Kolecho.

AWESOME!!!

Regards.
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Couple of Vass shells straight from Kolecho.

nephew,
very nice, wear in good health
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Nice unc :)

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i really like how vass is doing the norwger. one of the best in the market. congrats
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Couple of Vass shells straight from Kolecho.

HOLY WOW! What fantastic purchases. The toebox on that norwegian is straight up classic!
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Really vibing on the Hungarian budapester shoe shapes today! The high toebox is so Tuff.

1940's Custom Made with Goyser stitch.

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Favorite HAS to be the Norwegian, though!

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1950's by Crosby Square

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