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Way too much going on there, IMO.
post #2162 of 20766
First I was like , then I was like ... the finish is really nice, the last is awesome too, but the split toes take some elegance away.
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Those things look like that could eat me.
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^ Ha! To each their own! I think scotch grain/country calf works nicely with USA Northeast winters and goes well with my existing wardrobe. Touch to beat a pair of elegant derbies or EG Galway/AS Culford boot in pebble grain for the winter.

nar it is still a bit of old cows leather - old skin need more producted to keep it pretending it is young ;-)

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guess bespoke is the way to go... just need to find and extra $1.5k....

well if you had not got all those fugly loafer and most of the monks you could of had 3-4 pairs of very nice bespokes
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Those things look like that could eat me.

they certainly can...
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well if you had not got all those fugly loafer and most of the monks you could of had 3-4 pairs of very nice bespokes

i have counted three "fugly" loafers and two double monks. that would even be hard in Vienna to safe up for the bespoke route.
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Originally Posted by jhcam8 View Post

GAZIANO & GIRLING St. James, Vintage Cherry, Last MH71

Gorgeous! Did you get those from LeatherSoul?
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i have counted three "fugly" loafers and two double monks. that would even be hard in Vienna to safe up for the bespoke route.

i counted about 10-12 pairs i would burn, so............
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i counted about 10-12 pairs i would burn, so............

than you are obviously more rigid in your judgements...
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Those things look like that could eat me.

Please don't make it too easy for us.
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than you are obviously more rigid in your judgements...

well there are a lot of repeats in there and esp with the loafers and monks - so it is easy to crop some of the collection
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Way too much going on there, IMO.

Good thing they are my shoes and not yours.
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Originally Posted by luk-cha View Post
well there are a lot of repeats in there and esp with the loafers and monks - so it is easy to crop some of the collection

i hear what you're saying. it's the impulsive purchases, nothing wrong with them, but the money is spent.

resale value is mostly not worth the hassle with actual models of current collections.
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Gorgeous! Did you get those from LeatherSoul?

Thanks -- yes - Beverly Hills
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i hear what you're saying. it's the impulsive purchases, nothing wrong with them, but the money is spent.

resale value is mostly not worth the hassle with actual models of current collections.

a very wise man once gave me a formular;

needs X space / budget = plan
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