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post #16 of 31
Do you really need to go MTO for a double soled wingtip?
post #17 of 31
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Originally Posted by jcusey View Post
I wouldn't do Sandringham in midnight antique, but Chelsea is surprisingly attractive in that color:



I'm really digging these in blue.
post #18 of 31
I saw an olive green that Scafora had and it was the first time I really liked green shoes. The leather would have been perfect on a fall country shoe. I don't like blue on shoes.
post #19 of 31
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Go for the blue in 202. Think of Rachmaninow ;-)

haha. this is the first fritzl joke i understood.
post #20 of 31
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Do you really need to go MTO for a double soled wingtip?

no, but you need to if you want the special blue color.




andrew, i saw those country pebble leather sandringhams the other day when i was looking up the shoes. no offense to you nor any disrespect, but me no likey.
post #21 of 31
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no, but you need to if you want the special blue color.




andrew, i saw those country pebble leather sandringhams the other day when i was looking up the shoes. no offense to you nor any disrespect, but me no likey.


OK, just remember your tendency to flip shoes and the likelyhood of finding a full price buyer for blue wingtips
post #22 of 31
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andrew, i saw those country pebble leather sandringhams the other day when i was looking up the shoes. no offense to you nor any disrespect, but me no likey.

Wha? That shoe is so hott I had to put an extra t at the end.
post #23 of 31
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OK, just remember your tendency to flip shoes and the likelyhood of finding a full price buyer for blue wingtips

ok brother, i understand.
post #24 of 31
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Wha? That shoe is so hott I had to put an extra t at the end.

i dont know, but i think it is the way aport takes his photos. they are always sort of blurry and in a front-back angle of shoes. also on that carpet..it camoflauges a bit of the lines of the shoes. sorry to say.
post #25 of 31
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No question in my mind - the Sandringham should be brown.
+1. I like blue shoes, but think the color is much better suited to a more contemporary design, such as the EG Southwold.
post #26 of 31
I just acquired a pair of blue JL Chapels and I like them a lot. However, they have more antiqueing than the EG's pictured...the antiqueing is done with black and so the overall color is very dark navy, looking nearly black when not in bright light.
post #27 of 31
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Wha? That shoe is so hott I had to put an extra t at the end.
I had a feeling the good Doctor would appreciate these. An old school gunboat for tramping in the moors.
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andrew, i saw those country pebble leather sandringhams the other day when i was looking up the shoes. no offense to you nor any disrespect, but me no likey.
You broke my heart, Fredo.
post #28 of 31
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You broke my heart, Fredo.

oh no. please dont send me out on a fishing trip with Al Neri
post #29 of 31
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haha. this is the first fritzl joke i understood.

This is growing on me...
post #30 of 31
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Originally Posted by edmorel
OK, just remember your tendency to flip shoes and the likelyhood of finding a full price buyer for blue wingtips
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ok brother, i understand.
Brother, make sure this is well-made, okay? I'm circling around you now like a vulture.
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