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Originally Posted by Mr Weathers View Post

Hmmm, I had a pair of green suede Dr Martins way back in my high school days. The things you can get away with in your youth.
I'm 23 so guess I still qualify
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Perhaps green would best work in its darkest shade, close to black but with just enough colour to pop. Something which would look black in office lighting and show its true colours outside. I've heard the French really like their coloured shoes; the purples, the blues, the oranges, the greens, all of them.

Agree with this the G&G racing green looks black indoors so it works fine in most more conservative situations
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ravello nst monk
argyles otc

Edited by mcarthur - 8/13/13 at 11:47am
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Perhaps green would best work in its darkest shade, close to black but with just enough colour to pop. Something which would look black in office lighting and show its true colours outside. I've heard the French really like their coloured shoes; the purples, the blues, the oranges, the greens, all of them.

Good assessment says me... waiting to man up enough to wear a pair of racing green Testonis.
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Originally Posted by mcarthur View Post


Uncle,

Nice looking combo. Especially nice Mac shine too.

Wear in good health

neph
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Hi guise. Nice shoes Macarthur.

Old timers have seen these, but i just took them outta mothballs and discovered a new appreciation for them.
Made by Demeter- Halmos in Budapest. Hand welted- pegged.
Norwegers- with a small lake like the JL Bordor or the iconic French shoe - forget the name. Freudenberg calf. I wanted something solid but dressy, that i could wear with a suit. So went for a dark brown and three guarter goiserer in the same color to maintain the formality. I really didnt like them when i got them but now pretty mellow. Sometimes they just need the edges knocked off them Still havent worn them with a suit tho.

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I like those, Pliny. I'd certainly wear them with a more rustic suit.
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Uncle,

Nice looking combo. Especially nice Mac shine too.

Wear in good health

neph

nephew,
thank you
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

Hi guise. Nice shoes Macarthur.

Old timers have seen these, but i just took them outta mothballs and discovered a new appreciation for them.
Made by Demeter- Halmos in Budapest. Hand welted- pegged.
Norwegers- with a small lake like the JL Bordor or the iconic French shoe - forget the name. Freudenberg calf. I wanted something solid but dressy, that i could wear with a suit. So went for a dark brown and three guarter goiserer in the same color to maintain the formality. I really didnt like them when i got them but now pretty mellow. Sometimes they just need the edges knocked off them Still havent worn them with a suit tho.


nephew,
thank you
give them some mac luv
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king nst saddles
argyles otc
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Gents we are trying to lock in a few MTO's before factory opens next week. If we have anyone interested and or on the fence please let us know!
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Hey guys heres a list of MTO's from Steve at Gentlemans Footwear! If there are any interests please feel free to PM Steve (steveyoo1983) or myself (justinkapur)

pre-order for a Forest last captoe in black calf


mto #1 (navy 2eyelet in rain last) - 2 interests


mto #2 (burgundy split toe derby) - 2 interests


mto #3 ( split toe shell cordovan boots) - 2 int for light cognac shell,  2 int for navy shell




mto #4 (simpson last derby wingtip in burgundy)





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Herring Fiennes by Alfred Sargent Chestnut

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Originally Posted by wurger View Post

Herring Fiennes by Alfred Sargent Chestnut

Very nice, the chestnut is a fabulous color.

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Herring Fiennes by Alfred Sargent Chestnut


nephew,
looking good
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ravello nst boot
argyles otc

Edited by mcarthur - 8/15/13 at 11:16am
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