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post #91 of 96
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Graham
post #92 of 96
I've been particularly enjoying my Vass saddle shell cordovan double-monks recently.



post #93 of 96
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
Edward Green Westwood in whiskey:


really nice. I think whiskey might be more versatile than people give it credit for. people seem to associate it as a summer color, but I think whiskey looks better contrasted against grays and blues, as opposed to the khaki/tan pants I wear more in the summer
post #94 of 96
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Originally Posted by makewayhomer View Post
really nice. I think whiskey might be more versatile than people give it credit for. people seem to associate it as a summer color, but I think whiskey looks better contrasted against grays and blues, as opposed to the khaki/tan pants I wear more in the summer

+1...it's also darker in real life than in most photographs. That photo makes it look more like Edward Green 'Edwardian' but it's actually closer to 'Burnt Pine.' Love the color. Too bad I don't "need" another pair at this point!
post #95 of 96
I think of cordovan as a casual material, so no to cap toes. I'd go for plain toe blucher or norwegian split toe.
post #96 of 96
700Right here they are... :wink:

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