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post #16 of 25
Most are too pointy and sleek for my taste but I guess that lovers of G&G Deco would find them very attractive
post #17 of 25
The gold standard for green shoes is still Spoo's G&G
post #18 of 25

FABULOUS! BRAVO !!! and thank you for the link.

post #19 of 25
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The gold standard for green shoes is still Spoo's G&G

 

The racing green Savoys? Quite a few of us picked those up.

post #20 of 25
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The racing green Savoys? Quite a few of us picked those up.



Those ones. I liked them so much that I saved the photo to potentially emulate.
post #21 of 25
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In all seriousness though, these are incredible in person (Leffot):

 

 

 

 

I certainly enjoy wearing my pair!

 

post #22 of 25
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I certainly enjoy wearing my pair!



Nice shoes, I had a chance to see them ate Leffot and my daughter was like, "those are amazing."
post #23 of 25
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Nice shoes, I had a chance to see them ate Leffot and my daughter was like, "those are amazing."

 

Thanks much. I visit Leffot a bit too often haha.  But Steven's selection is really, really quite magnificent.

post #24 of 25

The huge blank vamp space is more pronounced on real feet than on shoe trees...

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The huge blank vamp space is more pronounced on real feet than on shoe trees...

 

That relatively empty vamp space is certainly pronounced.  I wasn't sure what to make of it the first time I saw it, given the usual wingtip models I've seen... but overall I felt the shoe was crafted really well and somehow it worked for me.  

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