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From colour to black and white - Anthony Cleverley Rourkes (cross post from WAYWRN S&B)

 

 

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Fantastics.

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Cheers, Gianni.
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George Cleverley Reuben and Carlton. Nice fitting last (for me anyway).

 

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^^^ Very nice!  And good too see some more Cleverleys on display.

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^^^ Very nice!  And good too see some more Cleverleys on display.

Thanks Roger. If this winter ever ends, I may get some wear out of them.

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George Cleverley Reuben and Carlton. Nice fitting last (for me anyway).

 


Beautiful colors

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Beautiful colors

Thanks. The antiquing is difficult to see on the burgundy, but should look great with some time and wear.

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Hi All,

 

I'm new to shoes and am trying to build my collection. I just purchased these Paolo da Ponte shoes for USD200. Did I overpay? Will probably use them for work.

 

 

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New Cleverley bespoke balmorals (more details here):













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Mafoofan: Gorgeous!!
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Plus one there^ excellent indeed
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A casual balmoral from John Lobb St James.
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[X-post from EG thread]

 

Hey guys,

 

I just wanted to share a couple of photos of my Ectons. The first batch of shots were taken after the shoes had been completely stripped of shoe care products and the second batch after they had been brought back to life. Enjoy!

 

Have a nice Sunday!

 


 

Stripped and half dead... (Click to show)

 

 

 

Resurrected! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Cleverley bespoke balmorals (more details here):














very nice. Interestingly enough, a few years ago, that would have been considered a mild "square toe" and shunned. Now (thanks to G&G + Bestetti & the SF fans of their shoes), it is a "chisel toe" and quite popular.
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New Cleverley bespoke balmorals (more details here):


Those are beautiful! I found it interesting that they put the seam on the inside near the heel, instead of centered on the back of the heel. Where it is located seems to be a very unobtrusive place. Did you request that location for the seam?
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