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post #61 of 138
Killer Alfred. Sargent
post #62 of 138
Double monks - you still can't go past the JL William IMO:

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http://www.styleforum.net/t/102093/edward-green-westminster-vs-john-lobb-wiliiam/15#post_1737147
post #63 of 138
^^^^^ Well, of course ^^^^^^^^^^^

One does generally prefer the Mazerati over the Jaguar doesn't one?
post #64 of 138
Sid mashburn just got their double monks in a chocolate brown suede last week...gorgeous.

actually i think it looks better that the original
post #65 of 138
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Originally Posted by yerrow View Post

Sid mashburn just got their double monks in a chocolate brown suede last week...gorgeous.
actually i think it looks better that the original

Odd, I don't see them here. Already sold out?

Sorry to derail - if anyone has seen a nice looking seude dm in taupe/oatmeal/sand I'd like to know of it.

After many months searching with little to show for it I was (reluctantly) considering the purchase of this one, but think it's a fail for me for three reasons: 1) I don't who or what run of the mill shop is; 2) except on boots I don't like dainite sole; Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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and 3) the shape looks rather fat Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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This Common Projects x Robert Geller one would have been kopped had the heel been higher and the sole wasn't rubber. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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post #66 of 138
Tip the sales staff and don't feel so guilty.
post #67 of 138
filadelph2.jpg


Picked up a pair of Carmina in brown calf at the Barcelona store. Filadelphia last.

It's already been mentioned, but might be worth waiting to see Epaulet's Carmina inventory which should post next week.
post #68 of 138
Bonora

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post #69 of 138
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Originally Posted by gentpax View Post

filadelph2.jpg
Picked up a pair of Carmina in brown calf at the Barcelona store. Filadelphia last.
It's already been mentioned, but might be worth waiting to see Epaulet's Carmina inventory which should post next week.

Gorgeous. Is there anywhere to get these at less than ~$650?
post #70 of 138
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Gorgeous. Is there anywhere to get these at less than ~$650?

These were 295 euro, and theoretically I should have received the VAT back (filed for it at the airport, got the stamp from customs, mailed it in... never got refunded). So roughly $425 with bank fees on the transaction.
post #71 of 138
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Originally Posted by cioni2k View Post

Gorgeous. Is there anywhere to get these at less than ~$650?

I think that is the first pair of Carminas on the Filadelphia last which has been posted. Thanks
post #72 of 138
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Originally Posted by Thorn Proof View Post

Who is "AS"?

AS=Alfred Sargent

Edit: Sorry, didn't see the page above me with the response.

My bad.
post #73 of 138
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Originally Posted by yerrow View Post

Sid mashburn just got their double monks in a chocolate brown suede last week...gorgeous.
actually i think it looks better that the original


 

Do you happen to have a picture, or access to one? I'd like to see them in suede.

 

 

post #74 of 138
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I think that is the first pair of Carminas on the Filadelphia last which has been posted. Thanks

Anyone know how the Filadelphia last fits?
post #75 of 138
OMG. Pics please. Love the chocolate suede & double monks, very nice. Own 20 pair of Edwards, lookin to branch.foo.gif
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