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beautiful. details?

thank you~ two poor pics took when just received.

 

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very beautiful

 

thumb up!

 

thanks for sharing!

 

what size are they?

 

 

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thank you~ two poor pics took when just received.

 

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Originally Posted by Bertrand View Post
 

very beautiful

 

thumb up!

 

thanks for sharing!

 

what size are they?

 

 

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Originally Posted by coloRLOw View Post
 

thank you~ two poor pics took when just received.

 

thank you

 

and it is 5.5 for my small feet:)

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Anyone with vintage US shoe makers, specifically Florsheim?

From most accounts they fit very true to size, but others say a tad wide.

So, I'm an 11D on Brannock but some seem to think I'd get away with an 11C shoe.
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anyone here have any dark blue/navy loafers? if so, how versatile are they? i can't imagine nearly as versatile as brown, but i have no clue.

Just not versatile enough to wear often. So the cat gets them.
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Quick question to everyone. Is it normal for a pair of AE shoes to cause blisters in the back of your ankles after the first wear? The shoes feel good and I'm sure they're the right fit. I have 6 other pairs of AE shoes/boots and those felt good during the first wear...
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Picked these up from AFPOS



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X post from Lobb thread

 

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Originally Posted by coldinboston View Post

Just got an email that part one of 2 part by request is coming is on the way from south coast plaza Lobb

 

Talland boot in Bracken Misty, warwick in Parisian Brown Museum should be just around the corner

 

 

 

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thefastlife: if the shade of blue is dark enough, they can pass for black shoes in indoor lighting.

pkincy: you know you could always have your pair re-dyed, right?
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Picked these up from AFPOS Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Who is the maker on these? They are gorgeous.
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Originally Posted by otterhound View Post


Who is the maker on these? They are gorgeous.

I cant be 100% sure but from the photos they are looking like to be these :

 

http://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/collections/sale-price-desc/products/piccadilly-suede-semi-brogues

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They are made by Alfred Sargent for AFPOS
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Originally Posted by thefastlife View Post

Anyone with vintage US shoe makers, specifically Florsheim?

From most accounts they fit very true to size, but others say a tad wide.

So, I'm an 11D on Brannock but some seem to think I'd get away with an 11C shoe.

I could fit a 10.5C width when I am a D/E 11D.
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

I could fit a 10.5C width when I am a D/E 11D.

Interesting. Which shoes?
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