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Since the New Year, Charlie and I have been working on our new website. Many hours, days and weeks have gone into it, a true labour of love! However, we are 'almost' there and I thought you guys at the Style Forum would like a little sneaky peak.....so here you go:


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Got my first Equus order over the weekend: black Sedgwick with blue stitching and matte nickel West End buckle, and Baker's Australian Nut with green stitching and matte nickle West End buckle.  Really very happy with both - great fit and great quality.  

 

The Baker's Australian Nut really seems like a versatile color in that it's a deep brown that also has some red in it.  It paired up quite nicely with both dark brown, C&J handgrade chestnut, and #8 shell.

 

Dawn was kind enough to include some leather swatches and I've already got a couple more orders in mind:

 

- Racing green, maybe with the WE roller; I think this could be a great and subtle alternative to a black belt when wearing black shoes

- Baker's Oak Brown in a casual double-tongued setup, probably the Sam Brown

- Baker's Dark Stain with a polished WE

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Originally Posted by jssdc View Post

Got my first Equus order over the weekend: black Sedgwick with blue stitching and matte nickel West End buckle, and Baker's Australian Nut with green stitching and matte nickle West End buckle.  Really very happy with both - great fit and great quality.  

The Baker's Australian Nut really seems like a versatile color in that it's a deep brown that also has some red in it.  It paired up quite nicely with both dark brown, C&J handgrade chestnut, and #8 shell.

Dawn was kind enough to include some leather swatches and I've already got a couple more orders in mind:

- Racing green, maybe with the WE roller; I think this could be a great and subtle alternative to a black belt when wearing black shoes
- Baker's Oak Brown in a casual double-tongued setup, probably the Sam Brown
- Baker's Dark Stain with a polished WE

Glad you like them :-)
post #1084 of 1086
How about eggant colour for the belts? It's a popular shoe colour among styleforum members it seems.
!luc
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Originally Posted by Luc-Emmanuel View Post

How about eggant colour for the belts? It's a popular shoe colour among styleforum members it seems.
!luc

If we could source quality leather in we'd be happy to use it. Bridle leather has a fairly narrow number of colour choices on the whole, much more so than calf tends to, so for our bridle leather ranges we're limited by what our tanneries make. Id have thought our Burgundy might be usefully close though?

Charlie
post #1086 of 1086

Would love one of those wallets when you get round to them!

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