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post #1546 of 2995
The museum effect is very subtle. It's basically only visible in direct sunlight. But then it's like a glorious bottle of fine red wine.
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The museum effect is very subtle. It's basically only visible in direct sunlight. But then it's like a glorious bottle of fine red wine.
Good to know & hopefully that gustin wine color Oxford shirt should be sweet also biggrin.gif
post #1548 of 2995
Tbh, not that impressed with their museum.
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Tbh, not that impressed with their museum.
How dose the plum museums wrinkle? I have heard some problems with there gold museums the way it wrinkles
post #1550 of 2995
Poorly.

Exactly why I wasn't impressed with it
post #1551 of 2995
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Poorly.

Exactly why I wasn't impressed with it
Good,to know man thank you for sharing.
post #1552 of 2995
So do you really not reccomend museum calf from Bonafè. I love the lama, I know the calf and suedes are great too!

Maybe it is just for their museum or something. We really should try to come to a consensus on this situation.
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I can't really give an objective opinion, seeing I already own it.

 

What I will say however, is when I thought of the makeup last year, my thought was "well it doesn't cost me anything, and there didn't really seem to be any reviews on it"; plus I didn't have their museum before nor their button boots; so to kill two birds with one stone, I did that makeup. 

 

Will I use museum again from enzo?  Probably not.  I'd give peccary a go before I do another museum shoe.  Heck I'd get another pair of spectators before I probably get another pair of museums.  

If creasing doesn't bother you, the museum is ok I s'pose.  If it bothers you, stick with calf. 

post #1554 of 2995
My 3200MODs in claret museum also noticeably crease, but it doesn't bother me. I'd add that at least in my experience, I normally wear shoes indoors for a period to break them in, but my EB museum calf pair seemingly felt ready to go out of the box. I think it's because the museum calf is thinner?
post #1555 of 2995
That's how i break mine in as well. At least a week at home before it even goes to work.
post #1556 of 2995
Dam lol I put them on & go on my marry way lol
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I can't really give an objective opinion, seeing I already own it.

 

What I will say however, is when I thought of the makeup last year, my thought was "well it doesn't cost me anything, and there didn't really seem to be any reviews on it"; plus I didn't have their museum before nor their button boots; so to kill two birds with one stone, I did that makeup. 

 

Will I use museum again from enzo?  Probably not.  I'd give peccary a go before I do another museum shoe.  Heck I'd get another pair of spectators before I probably get another pair of museums.  

If creasing doesn't bother you, the museum is ok I s'pose.  If it bothers you, stick with calf. 

 

Hey there, I was just having an idea for a spectator makeup, would you like to work on this makeup with me. Or anyone else interested? 

 

 

This is in Vitello Giamaica with some kind of fabric / linen. 

 

I am thinking of doing either Vitello Giamaica or Vitello Elise, paired with either Hidro Lino or Hidro Sand. 

804 last. 

 

What do you think?

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Hey there, I was just having an idea for a spectator makeup, would you like to work on this makeup with me. Or anyone else interested? 




This is in Vitello Giamaica with some kind of fabric / linen. 

I am thinking of doing either Vitello Giamaica or Vitello Elise, paired with either Hidro Lino or Hidro Sand. 
804 last. 

What do you think?
Looks very nice & has that summery vibe aka great gatsby look to it my man.
post #1559 of 2995
Rofl. Seriously unsubbing. This @ThunderMarch fellow is just nad news :-p
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Looks very nice & has that summery vibe aka great gatsby look to it my man.

 

Yeah it certainly does. I have yet to have a pair of spectators and this would be great for casual days paired with linen trousers. 

 

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Rofl. Seriously unsubbing. This @ThunderMarch fellow is just nad news :-p

 

Lol, seriously, would you consider this? It's not an urgent thing, I can wait awhile if Dec / Jan is a better period for you. 

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