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Dropped a quick and dirty navy color mask on that floating medallion bal. Not perfect, but might be a helpful mockup.
post #1517 of 4102
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Originally Posted by CHRK33 View Post


Sounds about right...My only quibble is that I would prefer blond suede monks with brass buckles instead of milkshake. Great ideas as always, Mike.

 

Now that you mention it, I think I do too. The off white would make it more versatile I think.

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Dropped a quick and dirty navy color mask on that floating medallion bal. Not perfect, but might be a helpful mockup.

 

Would be a blunder if these don't get made...  Look awesome

post #1519 of 4102
I'm not sure that I'd order them either way, but the rams head medallion looks better.
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Originally Posted by gentpax View Post


Dropped a quick and dirty navy color mask on that floating medallion bal. Not perfect, but might be a helpful mockup.


As someone who wears dressier clothes (work on wall st), and to keep the shoes more versatile, I feel that we shouldn't have brown edging, rather black/blue, something with a less of a contrast.
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As someone who wears dressier clothes (work on wall st), and to keep the shoes more versatile, I feel that we shouldn't have brown edging, rather black/blue, something with a less of a contrast.


100% agree.  This shoe will look majestic with grey suits, navy suits, would even pop nice with browns or denim.  I say we keep the medallion the same as it is on the above shoe. 

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100% agree.  This shoe will look majestic with grey suits, navy suits, would even pop nice with browns or denim.  I say we keep the medallion the same as it is on the above shoe. 

 

Yup. Definitely on board with this.

post #1523 of 4102
I'm always ready for another....


Just out of curiosity mike, did the brown suede jodhpur's end up going through?
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

what would one wear a off white shoe with? i think the off white wingtip looks beautiful but i dont see an outfit for it. can someone please suggest what it would look good with?

Well, an off white shoe is going to be a pretty Summer-ish style. So you'd be looking to match it with linens, cottons, lighter weight wools. It's a great match to navy, works with olive, tan, sandy tones. Windowpanes. Of course seersucker.

White shoes are actually pretty versatile once they're in season. You can dandy it up like Tom Wolfe:



Or you can wear it with denim, like Serge Gainsbourg. They look very good with lighter washes and faded denim.


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Dropped a quick and dirty navy color mask on that floating medallion bal. Not perfect, but might be a helpful mockup.

That looks great, thanks for mocking it up!
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Originally Posted by mrbrioni View Post

As someone who wears dressier clothes (work on wall st), and to keep the shoes more versatile, I feel that we shouldn't have brown edging, rather black/blue, something with a less of a contrast.

Agreed, let's roll with this exactly as is. I'll build out the preorder tomorrow and we'll get it going smile.gif
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I'm always ready for another....
Just out of curiosity mike, did the brown suede jodhpur's end up going through?

Let me check our preorder number - I'll get back to you guys tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Carmina navy shell austerity bal boot!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm in for a navy shell boot!  It would also be nice to have in my rotation a python or croc boot.. 

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I'm in for a navy shell boot!  

If that gets made up I'll probably end up with that same boot in two different mediums.
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^ "Media." Gosh.

 

Yeah the suede/brown calf combo looks terrific.

post #1528 of 4102
If the navy shell austerity brogues get made again and I can order a wide fitting, I am in
post #1529 of 4102
Hey guys, here's everything from my side:

1. Got a shipping confirmation from Carmina. And I've got some great news! A shipment will depart Monday-Tuesday with the following makeups:

Balmoral Boot Black Scotchgrain
Balmoral Boot Cognac Shell
Balmoral Boot Chocolate Calf/Suede
Python Austerity Brogue

Hopefully we'll get them by next Friday - if not it will be right the in beginning of the following week. Can't wait to see how all of these made up!

The only outstanding early makeup is the Navy Shell Double Monk. I've asked for status on that - I'll let you guys know as soon as I have word on it.

2. I'll get that Alcudia-last Navy calfskin bal order going tomorrow. We're good to go on that with the leather.

3. Balmoral Austerity boots makeups are going to be awesome. I'm waiting on word for Navy Shell. Now, if this was going to be delivered in Feb-March, would you guys still want some shell cordovan options for then? I might be able to wrangle some Ruby as well.
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3. Balmoral Austerity boots makeups are going to be awesome. I'm waiting on word for Navy Shell. Now, if this was going to be delivered in Feb-March, would you guys still want some shell cordovan options for then? I might be able to wrangle some Ruby as well.

I actually might die if I see a Ruby bal boot.

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