Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger
I think you could wear these two ways, first way is just substitute them for black shoes, second would be with a solid grey suit, no matter the shade. Navy would bring a nice pop.
Solid advice right here. Even if they make up on the more navy side of midnight, they'll look ace with a black suit. And outside of suiting, Navy Shell is a great match to denim and chinos.
Originally Posted by Cuttingboard
I believe the pebble grain is calf...and I would prefer to have the same details.
Agreed, let's go forward with it as is. I think that this makeup looks tough as all hell.
Originally Posted by neutrino
Mike, what would be the prices for caramel and suede loafers?
The handsewns are going to be about $335. They're AMAZING! Easily the best quality handsewns that I've seen for this price.
Originally Posted by PorterInjax
Why haven't you worn the EG's?
Haha, I've actually worn them quite a bit, I just haven't taken photos of them since the initial shots. I love them actually.
Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson
Yes!!!!! Will this be on the Forest last like the saddle shell Sinclair Wingtip Boot?
Yup, the same exact last. The Forest last is a phenomenal fit and a really great shape. I like that it has that chunky Austro-Hungarian character, but is still slim-ish and refined. Add in the fact that you can make it in wides and it's definitely my go-to last for boots.SWATCH FOR PYTHON AUSTERITY BROGUE
Hey guys, check this out:
This is the "Cognac" python that I was thinking for the Austerity Brogue makeup. How do you guys like it? The other colors (green, red, black/white) are all really bold, so I think that this will be a cool way to make up a shoe which is really special, but not completely screaming at people.