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Originally Posted by mcl911 View Post


Better check their website out to see what you want, if you order patina they will ship it to you no matter where you are. Is better to try out their last and size in person.

Thanks. Saw some pretty nice stuff on the website; will see what it's like in person. And yeah sizing will be good to ascertain in person. I might spring for the patina--seems to be their specialty and the add-on charge is very reasonable...

post #242 of 247

Another user has a fantastic pair of SL shoes but doesn't recall the exact style/model, only that they are 199 last.

 

Hoping someone here can ID them for me.

 

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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

x-post WAYWRN - Septieme Largeur shoes, BB socks, Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole suit trousers . . .

 

 

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Does sept. Email you after you order their shoe and custom patina option to go over what patina you want? Can someone explain the process for me thank you
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Yes. If you added the cost of the patina they will contact you by email shortly from my experience!

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Thank you sir, you are a gentleman and a scholar
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Originally Posted by andrel42 View Post
 

My good friend Rodrigo did a fabulous patina on these Edouard (199) - Thought I would share!

 

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^^^  WOW! Those are gorgeous.  

post #247 of 247

Hey guys! I'm looking at getting a pair of the Cernay in burgundy.  What is the heel height of their shoes and could someone comment on the shade of burgundy? Is it more red or purple?  Thanks!!

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