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Wasn't one for Monks but  after finally getting the courage of breaking my GG Carlyle (Chestnut ) and getting endless compliments, I have now decided to add another Monk.

Wanted to get advise with either the Audley (890)y, Ashton(890) and or maybe a Westminister (888)?  

I don't often see monks on here and was going to get some advise ...

Anyone got any inclination, what they would get if they had to get a pair of monks

Thanks 

I can relate to your experience merv. I went for the Westminster and love the last too.




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Originally Posted by merv49 View Post

Wasn't one for Monks but  after finally getting the courage of breaking my GG Carlyle (Chestnut ) and getting endless compliments, I have now decided to add another Monk.

Wanted to get advise with either the Audley (890)y, Ashton(890) and or maybe a Westminister (888)?  

I don't often see monks on here and was going to get some advise ...

Anyone got any inclination, what they would get if they had to get a pair of monks

Thanks 



Westminister on the (888)
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Thank you both

 

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I can relate to your experience merv. I went for the Westminster and love the last too.




Wow those are gorgeous Cleav. The 888 (e) hasn't worked for me - too tight. So perharps those Westministers in f would work. I just checked they do them in f as well.

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Westminister on the (888)

Thanks Farhad- I am now thinking whether  black would be better than the Doaks

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Thanks Farhad- I am now thinking whether  black would be better than the Doaks

Personally I would go with Doak but then again I already have a pair of JL William IIs in black.

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Thanks Farhad- I am now thinking whether  black would be better than the Doaks


Personally I would choose Dark oak but depends what colours you wear mostly, I like the black also and would love to have one of each .

I had one in Night shade and sold it I am regretting it ever since 😩
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Posted a couple of years ago in this thread...
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Westminsters, eh? Ok, I'll play.


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Thank you both

Wow those are gorgeous Cleav. The 888 (e) hasn't worked for me - too tight. So perharps those Westministers in f would work. I just checked they do them in f as well.

@SecondCat has a pair on sale 8F
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Posted a couple of years ago in this thread...
Absolutely stunning!!!!

How did you manage to darken the toe area?
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Joining the Westminster party:

 

 

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Joining the Westminster party:

 

 

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Simply stunning!

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Nice! Dandy shoe care?
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Nice! Dandy shoe care?


Very very nice wow
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@SecondCat has a pair on sale 8F


Sweet I will ok him.

Thanks pal.
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Nice! Dandy shoe care?

 

Yes - a pic of how they started out below - and thanks all! 

 

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