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Edward Green Hove and Wigmore in Dark Oak. I think the Hove is a relatively new style. (But not sure)



Pretty Cool Edward Green Lookbook

djstamos, the Hove in nightshade is super nice too, saw that @ a trunk show.
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Thanks !
I'm going with the Newmarket Chelsea on 202 dark oak today

 

Elegant

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+1,000 for the Hove.
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djstamos, the Hove in nightshade is super nice too, saw that @ a trunk show.

 

Agreed.  My local retailer has one and it is just stunning.

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We have a few more staff liking the black over the brown, about 60/40.  I am all for the brown but we would like to hear your opinions on which is the best.

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Unipair, I like them both...  They both came out so nice.  I can see myself wearing both of them.  But I will pick the dark oak because I feel the antiqued look can be a little more casual than solid black.

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Unipair, I like them both...  They both came out so nice.  I can see myself wearing both of them.  But I will pick the dark oak because I feel the antiqued look can be a little more casual than solid black.


The black indoors does look sharp but I agree that the dark oak can be worn with various colors.  I am going to get the brown Shannons soon.  :nodding:

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Just received these baby today. Totally unexpected. Placed MTO order in Aug, was told the delivery time would be end of Dec. Soooo happy.
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Moar pics, congrats on the early surprise.
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Originally Posted by Alan K C View Post
 

Unipair, I like them both...  They both came out so nice.  I can see myself wearing both of them.  But I will pick the dark oak because I feel the antiqued look can be a little more casual than solid black.

 

No question the dark oak is the way to go if casual wear is a priority.

 

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Moar pics, congrats on the early surprise.

What he said.

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I have balmoral boots in similar colorways but my preference is for brown. I typically only wear my black Shannons with dark gray or navy suits. Both look stunning though!
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Shoes being treated like shoes. Love it. While I can't quite bring myself around to accepting ware and tare (or is it wear and tear), I do appreciate it when others can. (Though the writing on them goes a bit far, even for me.)

I hope you keep enjoying them.
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Hello. Members. 

I saw on EG's website short version of chelsea boots called Camden.   Has anybody got this and have a real life picture of shoes?

I am especially interested in seeing texture of stagskin one. 

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Strange how the leather on the Edwardian (purchased in '09) seems so much better than that of the DO/CC (purchased early this year). Shame really as the latter have become my favourite.
Can't be helped I suppose as no two pieces of leather are the same.



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