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So yeah, squeaky heels... peepwall[1].gif
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So yeah, squeaky heels... peepwall[1].gif

jeebus pB. i dont own any yet but you have been waiting for a reply on that one forever. so i say yeah man those heels are something else. solidarity. smile.gif
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Quick question for my G&G learned colleagues: What can't I wear vintage rioja with? It would seem to be really versatile, am I wrong?
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You would be right. Probably one of the most versatile colors. I guess it might not be optimal with lighter shades of khakis... but still appropriate.
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i find the rioja quite formal a tone and i dont think i could wear with light tones but it depnds on your own style
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how versatile would you sat the vintage oak is, and what colors would you say it works well with?

Rioja is essentially burgundy and depending on what particular shoe or boot you have it can be more or less dressy, e.g., Alden no. 8 shells go with khakis very well. I had a pair of Arran's in Vintage Rioja and they looked good with about anything that I'd wear with burgundy, I thought. A dress style shoe would limit the use, I think, due more to the shoe style and not the color.
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how versatile would you sat the vintage oak is,...

extremly versatile...
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extremly versatile...

you may have just made a sale for nick at bespoke england.
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you may have just made a sale for nick at bespoke england.

you're welcome. it's good to help...
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Do I really need a pair of G&Gs to make me whole? I mean, I have EGs, Carminas, AS Handgrades. C&J for RL. You've seen teh pics.


Do I really need to go G&G???
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Do I really need a pair of G&Gs to make me whole? I mean, I have EGs, Carminas, AS Handgrades. C&J for RL. You've seen teh pics.


Do I really need to go G&G???

yes. and this from a dude who doesnt have a pair yet.
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Do I really need a pair of G&Gs to make me whole? I mean, I have EGs, Carminas, AS Handgrades. C&J for RL. You've seen teh pics.


Do I really need to go G&G???

which nightmare afflicts you?
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Do I really need a pair of G&Gs to make me whole? I mean, I have EGs, Carminas, AS Handgrades. C&J for RL. You've seen teh pics.


Do I really need to go G&G???

May as well see if you like them.
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Do I really need a pair of G&Gs to make me whole? I mean, I have EGs, Carminas, AS Handgrades. C&J for RL. You've seen teh pics.


Do I really need to go G&G???

You need to get bespoke.
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Originally Posted by medtech_expat View Post

Grant Vintage Rioja inbound! That is all...

I demand pics when they arrive.
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Nick - Thanks very much for that!
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Well that is very interesting Nick, thanks for the picture.
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