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The Madison now available in 6 colorways

http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/collections/loafers



post #872 of 1240
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Originally Posted by The Shoe Snob View Post

The Madison now available in 6 colorways

http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/collections/loafers



 

Ah! Can't decide which one to get!

 

Justin, you recommend the same sizing as in oxfords?

post #873 of 1240
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Originally Posted by cuponoodles View Post

Ah! Can't decide which one to get!

Justin, you recommend the same sizing as in oxfords?

Glad that you like them!

while the loafers can be tricky, yes I recommend sticking to your same size
post #874 of 1240
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All of our new Spring/Summer 2016 collection (save one model in delay) is now in stock. See all of the models below as well as our core models switched to museum calf

Remember that shipping is free to all of Europe, Canada and the US

http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/collections/ss-16












post #876 of 1240
Boots and suits today! Better photos to come. Justin's Museum calf is amazing.





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Got word from Massdrop yesterday that I've got a couple of pairs of Magnolias winging their way to me. Very much looking forward to receiving them.

 

And also looking forward to popping in to the new Shoe Snobbery showroom when in London later in the year.

post #878 of 1240
We got a restock in our Egyptian Cotton Lisle socks, including our popular colors of navy and dark green.

We sell them in 3 ways: 1. individually at £20 each (ex vat £16.67); 2. Three pairs for £50 or 3. Six pairs for the price of five.

Fyi, the dollar and euro are doing quite good against the pound right now so now is the time to take advantage

https://www.theshoesnob.com/collections/socks

post #879 of 1240
Aren't the second and third option the same?
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Aren't the second and third option the same?

yes, but some people don't want to spend £100 but can justify £50, so I give them an option as opposed to just having the 5 for 6 which was the original bundled product offering along with buying individually
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I'm still trying to figure how to pair green into my regular wardrobe rotation. Greys? Navys? Browns?

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I'm still trying to figure how to pair green into my regular wardrobe rotation. Greys? Navys? Browns?

I don't follow any rules so I would wear them with anything I feel that they looked good with. I like blue and green together despite the saying of not putting them together. But that is all crap, just like no brown in town. They definitely suit grey, khaki's, olives, navy etc. I think when having them and trying them you find that they suit more than you think. It's more the fear of them not working than the actuality of it....but that is just my humble opinion. Style is created, not defined
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Grey and brown will be the best pairings IMO, and pretty much all shades, from camel to chocolate, pale grey to almost charcoal.    

 

Checks, glens, stripes all work well here.  If you're wearing green shoes, you can certainly let loose on the trousers a bit.

 

 

Navy isn't my favourite but other shades of blue would also work.

 

I do think it depends on the green, a deep/hunter green is a bit less versatile than a softer green like a loden, IMO.  Loden goes with a ton of stuff.

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I'm still trying to figure how to pair green into my regular wardrobe rotation. Greys? Navys? Browns?

Red trousers. Thank me later.
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