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Indeed.

 

I would love to see the French Pumps in a fit pic. Just don't take French Pumps shooting, they will run away on you......

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You really have to get a thread underway of all your shoes mate icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

A thread of my own! Now I feel guilty, but I will consider it in the future. It takes a while to take and post that many picturers.
Edited by Saratorial_Splender - 10/15/12 at 8:41am
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Good shoes for the snowy winter? Thinking about one of these.. thoughts?




those st james in polo suede look wonderful. a shoe that has long been on my want list.
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My recent collection

Midnight Blue Wigmore MTO






Deco Black Bowlly MTO






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that bowley is drool.gif
post #5211 of 21774
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those st james in polo suede look wonderful. a shoe that has long been on my want list.

Same here. Maybe I could use a pair of swims over it when when it's get more snowy?

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Same here. Maybe I could use a pair of swims over it when when it's get more snowy?

not a bad idea. however, i have been told that suede is super durable. dont think the snow would ruin them, though the salt might be a larger issue.
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It states on the SWIMS box that they should not be used with suede shoes. Suede shoes are though, as stictches say, very durable, but the salt we use up here is not good for the leather. IMO I would advise you to get boots, wingtips or something a little less formal with maybe a dainite sole for use in snow and heavy rain.
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not a bad idea. however, i have been told that suede is super durable. dont think the snow would ruin them, though the salt might be a larger issue.

Really, good news. Shall I go for them then..

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Stunning.

post #5216 of 21774
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Originally Posted by Christian B View Post

It states on the SWIMS box that they should not be used with suede shoes. Suede shoes are though, as stictches say, very durable, but the salt we use up here is not good for the leather. IMO I would advise you to get boots, wingtips or something a little less formal with maybe a dainite sole for use in snow and heavy rain.

i always slip a thin plastic grocery store bag over my shoes, before putting on galoshes. i would assume that with that tactic, the suede should be ok.

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Really, good news. Shall I go for them then..

i would not blame you. smile.gif

but if you really plan on winter wear, consider the danite soles, as noted above.
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I'm not so much for the boots really (they look so nice) but not for me. Hmm need to think this over little..

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Deco Black Bowlly MTO



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Very nice. I love the modification of adding a lazer captoe. Very nice indeed.
G&G continues to impress.
Edited by Saratorial_Splender - 10/15/12 at 9:31am
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Those Bowlly are lovely. I didn't find the Deco last to my particular taste, but several of the Deco models are simply gorgeous.
post #5220 of 21774
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My recent collection
Deco Black Bowlly MTO

Well those are pretty things
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