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post #15016 of 19808
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

the brass nails... which shoe is that?

It is surprised to fine out that it is Vass.
Once again, nice find my friend.
post #15017 of 19808
Quote:
Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

the brass nails... which shoe is that?

It is surprised to fine out that it is Vass.
Once again, nice find my friend.
post #15018 of 19808
Quote:
Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

Edward Green for Hardy Amies


I am seriously digging the colour on the shaft of the boot...pray tell, how is it referred to in EG parlance? Could it be antique slate?
 

Edited by Fiddler - 12/31/12 at 1:59am
post #15019 of 19808
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post


These were on the EG sale window display, I saw them on the night when I had a smoke-walk, the next day they were immeidately gone just like a pair of very nice brogues in cognac, haha smile.gif.
I need to pick up some resoling job soon, I am remembering now....
On topic; time again...

My what beautiful pumps; calf or patent? Thinking of getting a patent pair for mid next year.

P.S./EDIT

Do you write the blog 'Suitology'? Your photo of the pumps was on there; if so great blog keep up the good work :)

post #15020 of 19808
Thanks for the comments all smile.gif

Yes were in the EG sale. There were another pair in burgundy with light burgundy (read pink) shaft which were a little too outlandish for my taste (and that's saying something...)
post #15021 of 19808
post #15022 of 19808
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Originally Posted by afton1 View Post

Is Charles Tyrwhitt any good for shoes?
http://www.ctshirts.co.uk/Black-Oxford-shoes?q=gbpdefault||ML060BLK|||||||||||||

Most of ther shoes are made by Loake. Loake make reasonable shoes, particularly in their "1880" line, and I think that some of CT's shoes are essentially taken from the 1880 line, but made to lower specifications (lack of combination leather/rubber heel on the CT version, for example).

If you are starting to assemble a shoe wardrobe, then they're probably not too bad if you get them on deep discount (particularly as CT pretty much has a 30-50% off permanent sale, anyway). Note that CT no longer removes VAT for overseas purchases (or at least, that was the case a year or so ago).
post #15023 of 19808

#8 wt boot
argyles otc

Edited by mcarthur - 12/31/12 at 10:16am
post #15024 of 19808
As Goodlensboy said - we need best shoes of 2012.

I need something to read tomorrow while I'm nursing the inevitable hangover from hell.....

Someone should assume the mantle on this one...
post #15025 of 19808
I would do it but I am biased.
post #15026 of 19808
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

I would do it but I am biased.

do not let that stop you because we are all bias
post #15027 of 19808
post #15028 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Junior View Post

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good looking boots, wear in good health
post #15029 of 19808

#8 nst boot
argyles otc

Edited by mcarthur - 1/1/13 at 12:21pm
post #15030 of 19808

cigar wt boot
argyles otc

Edited by mcarthur - 1/2/13 at 9:41am
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