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post #106 of 112
So, wanted to resurrect an old thread instead of create a new one.

Looking for some Spectators. I would rather not go the EG Malvern route, as EGs are a big out of my price range, especially for a summer shoe. I was thinking about either the Alfred Sargent Ellington:



Or perhaps the Herring Hyde:



Anybody have any other suggestions?
post #107 of 112
The are more specs in this thread:

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...spectator+porn
post #108 of 112
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These were dirt cheap at USD67 and I wish I had bought them to resell but who knows about
Fratelli Rossetti spectator two-tone shoes?


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Originally Posted by coolshoes View Post
Those are actually pretty nice shoes, and happen to be the very pair I sold on eBay a couple of years ago when they brought just a tick under $180. The buyer evidentally decided he didn't want them anymore. Fratelli Rossetti issued two different spectators three years ago last spring. The other design is what you see in my avatar and that is the pair I decided to keep.

Like these?


post #109 of 112
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Me, too!





Church's.

Oh, they're not new.

When and with what outfits would you wear spectators?
post #110 of 112
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Like these?



Those are them! Truly great looking spectators!!!
post #111 of 112
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When and with what outfits would you wear spectators?

I most often wear mine with seersucker.
post #112 of 112
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When and with what outfits would you wear spectators?

I've been wearing them in different casual settings, with khakis and even denim on some occasions.
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