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post #31 of 69
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I love my Darltons/Marlows, but this pic gets posted a lot, and I've got to say, it is easily the least representative photo of the last that I've ever seen. Them shoes is bulky IRL. This is like the shoe porn equivalent of the ambiguously-thick-girl-with-big-boobs shot from every social networking site ever.

I commented on the bulkiness of this very picture in another thread and was told the heft was actually the endearing trait of the shoe. Different strokes....
post #32 of 69
AE's Mora
post #33 of 69
If you want to go really old school, there was Ralph's version of the EG Cardiff that Bluefly sold many years ago. That started my EG addiction.
post #34 of 69

Great idea.

I look forward to more entries from the more seasoned members of the forum.

post #35 of 69
EG Shannon and Galway boots. You hardly ever see them in the wild, but they get lots of coverage here.

And some kind of OCBD stitch-cap like the EG Chelsea features, if not by brand/model name, in every generic "what shoes should I buy to go with my suit?" thread.
post #36 of 69

 

Gucci bit loafer

 

Love it or hate it, there's no doubt that it is iconic.

post #37 of 69

Alden Cordovan Long Wing Blucher - the "one shoe", and in cordovan

Allen Edmond Park Avenue - probably the #1 most recommended shoes

Allen Edmond Strand in Walnut - probably the #2 most recommended shoes

Edward Green Dover - the Norwegian split toe

Edward Green Galway - the country boots

Edward Green Shannon - the balmoral boots

John Lobb William - the double monk

John Lobb Phillips II - the ultimate dress shoes

Gaziano & Girling St James II - what made G&G G&G

Crockett & Jones Belgrave - the Plal bang-for-the-buck shoes that's the ticket to shoe discussions before Carmina

post #38 of 69

RLPL Grant on the 888 ... the shoe that started it all for me. Now I have most of the shoes mentioned here.

post #39 of 69
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Speaking of Polo shoes, remember the run on the Grapevinehill Tellman's? Not really iconic but still
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post #40 of 69
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"Operation Paprika"


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The Great Wall of Budapest

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(Vass)
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Ralph Lauren Marlow cordovan wintip by C&J


This just might be the best one on the list. Loving mine. Much more elegant last than Alden shortwing.
post #43 of 69
John Lobb William and William II. It's celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and continues to be a handsome shoe.
post #44 of 69
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AE Strands in walnut...perfection

 

If you're 50! biggrin.gif

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