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post #136 of 371
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

Recently caught these photos on Steven Hitchcock's Instagram. Looks like he's getting something from Nicholas.

Fair guess, something from Steven will be coming Nicholas' way.
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Could that be our friend Nicholas selecting the cloth for his forthcoming suit? biggrin.gif
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post #137 of 371
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Originally Posted by ntempleman View Post

There'll be an unusual brogue pattern on the toe of this pair, whoever can guess what it'll be wins a prize*!

The design will be asymmetrical and off-centre to match young Steven's fringe:


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post #138 of 371
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Been a while since anyone's asked for a chisel toe, shame really because I like doing them. Should probably make up some square samples to remedy that. There'll be an unusual brogue pattern on the toe of this pair, whoever can guess what it'll be wins a prize*!


*possibly
diamond shaped broguing.
post #139 of 371
I trust the medallion will be something along the lines of his old choice on another custom pair:

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Is that a snowflake or crosshair I see?
post #140 of 371
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diamond shaped broguing.

A diamond like this?



Nope. No ones close yet!
post #141 of 371

Something like this?

 

post #142 of 371
tailor shears broguing
post #143 of 371
That would be fancy, but no. Getting on the right track though.
post #144 of 371
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That would be fancy, but no. Getting on the right track though.

One of those Wall Street Journal hedcut drawings of foo.gif?
post #145 of 371
I wonder if my skills are up the task of Rickrolling someone via the medium of broguing
post #146 of 371
tailor thimble and / or needle brogue pattern
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Nup
post #148 of 371
It seems some of that Gallic flavour has rubbed off on me, I've come over all Parisian. Being married to a Frenchwoman has its uses after all, I'll be wearing a beret next time you see me.



Just booked up the hotels for my next USA trip in early April, I'll update the website with details at some point for those interested to know.
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It seems some of that Gallic flavour has rubbed off on me, I've come over all Parisian. Being married to a Frenchwoman has its uses after all, I'll be wearing a beret next time you see me.


Just booked up the hotels for my next USA trip in early April, I'll update the website with details at some point for those interested to know.

 

A beret would be an interesting look. Can't wait to see it in April!

post #150 of 371
Frank Spencer may have put paid to the notion of an English guy in a beret, but I feel it's my duty to bring the look right back to the forefront.



Ooh Betty!
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