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post #346 of 1339
someone kindly posted all the sale stock earlier...I think it was in the sale alert thread. I don't think we missed much btw
post #347 of 1339
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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post

When I was there the only ones that I saw that was around $600 was the "regular" line (tan soles) and random loafers. There were shoes in my size but were over the $1K range... a few Chambord boots actually...

Stock in the NY store was good, but many of the best styles were still close to 1K.
post #348 of 1339
New acquisition

post #349 of 1339
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Stock in the NY store was good, but many of the best styles were still close to 1K.

Those were my feelings... for that sale price I could easily get non-sale EG.
post #350 of 1339
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New acquisition

Very nice, Congrats.

post #351 of 1339
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New acquisition


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post #352 of 1339
Ddddrees, NAMOR, thank you!
This thread has contributed to my purchase no doubt!
post #353 of 1339
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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post

$650? Really? The Woodcotes that I saw where around $1K... Hopefully you'll like it. It's REALLY red, like candy apple red. Also, since it's box calf, it has a pretty shiny gloss. Just couldn't pull it off.

Put up some combos when you get them and maybe you'll change my mind!

Here are my new Woodcotes in Deep Red. Now I need some help on what pants/socks to wear these with!


post #354 of 1339
Also, I have a Lobb Brentwood in UK 7E/US 8 that I bought at Barneys. Planning to return it to SF Barneys if you want it or if you just want to just buy it at cost from me, PM me.

http://www.barneys.com/John-Lobb-Brentwood/501916008,default,pd.html
post #355 of 1339
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Here are my new Woodcotes in Deep Red. Now I need some help on what pants/socks to wear these with! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


How do you like them? Do you find that they are pretty red? In the store, they looked lighter than my AS shoes in cherry. I would think light gray or blue pants?
post #356 of 1339
They don't seem overly red.

I agree, greys, blues, maybe some shades of brown
post #357 of 1339
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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post

How do you like them? Do you find that they are pretty red? In the store, they looked lighter than my AS shoes in cherry. I would think light gray or blue pants?

They are definitely a strong, red color, but I I really like them. I think they'll age nicely into an even deeper red over time, which I think could be great. They're in pristine condition. Haven't even been tried on as far as I can tell.
post #358 of 1339
Ecstatic that these arrived early and just picked them up. Shame there's been hardly any sunlight today behind the Orange Curtain, but wanted to snap some pics before putting these beauties away.



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Ecstatic that these arrived early and just picked them up. Shame there's been hardly any sunlight today behind the Orange Curtain, but wanted to snap some pics before putting these beauties away. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



 

This is a great looking shoe.

 

John Lobb sure knows how to make a fabulous looking monk.

 

Congrats!!!

post #360 of 1339
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Originally Posted by ElementHU View Post

Ecstatic that these arrived early and just picked them up. Shame there's been hardly any sunlight today behind the Orange Curtain, but wanted to snap some pics before putting these beauties away.



 

Never have seen Chapel in Gold Museum Calf - actually, looks better than what I had imagined.

Congrats on your newest JL addition! fing02[1].gif

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