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Thanks guys - Namor - 5 out of 6 correct.

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Bottom middle is Vass, no?

good eye, i see it now
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Well, without the elastics, the lazyman slipon would be an oxford. It's just about the most formal loafer model available and does not look smart with jeans, but this is small pickings compared to balmoral boots with jeans -- my favourite sight to cringe at. Count me in with the fuddy-duddy crowd.

+100!
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An idle moment before we lost all the light yesterday afternoon led to this group pic, representative of my favourite shade for shoes. I just can't seem to get enough of anything in the oxblood / burgundy / Bordeaux / whathaveyou range - though additional purchases are becoming harder to justify. Maybe just one Carmina ruby shell....

Anyway, feel free to guess the makers - shouldn't be too hard for this crowd.

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orig.jpgMaybe just one Carmina ruby shell....Maybe just one Carmina ruby shell....

Yes to the highlighted suggestion.
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That's is a nice collection
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wurger - love that tan scotchgrain.

So - a title for this next pic - "Fifty Shades of Red" or "My Left Foot"? smile.gif

An idle moment before we lost all the light yesterday afternoon led to this group pic, representative of my favourite shade for shoes.  I just can't seem to get enough of anything in the oxblood / burgundy / Bordeaux / whathaveyou range - though additional purchases are becoming harder to justify.  Maybe just one Carmina ruby shell....

Anyway, feel free to guess the makers - shouldn't be too hard for this crowd.

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No loafers?!!! Nice collection.
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Thanks again guys. Jerry, I have a high instep - loafers are a very tough fit for me.
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Superb collection, Roger. Excellent! smile.gif
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Alfred Sargent Cooper Brown in action



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^^^ deets on those boots?

 

Those are some funky double-monks Wurger - I dig 'em.

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^^^ deets on those boots?

Those are some funky double-monks Wurger - I dig 'em.

Massimo Dutti
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Alfred Sargent Cooper Brown in action




cool..fantastic...compliments

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cheers, guys!
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Anthony Cleverley - The Chow Burgundy Monkstrap






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xpost from Saint Crispins thread:
Some photos, depth of color is amazing (CRU 5972 made a bit darker), classic last



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In brighter light here: (Click to show)

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^^Just WOW!^^
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