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post #76 of 88
As a rule, I agree that the lasts are more on the gunboat side than the cigarette boat side, but when on sale they can be a good value. I have some Niton II's on the 116 last, above, that are definitely heading in the same stylistic direction as some of my Sutor's or Weston's (and no, I'm not trying to invoke the post-Prada debate). But I would not likely pay full retail for them.
post #77 of 88
hi ....a question for those familiar with church's .....i have recently purchased in london church's westbury shoes in a size 9 with g width....they fit very well.. now i plan to order online the church's swanley loafer built on a 130 last in a size 9 with g width as well....does anyone have an idea about the g width of a swanley or 130's last? i mean, if the westbury fits me well (i have a wide foot with a very high arch), is the swanley in the same size and width going to be fine or too narrow or too wide?

thanks...
post #78 of 88
Since this thread has floated to the top, it's worth noting that Church's finally have their website up, including online purchase.
post #79 of 88
Any one have any experience with the Liverpool double monk. I know Lowndes gets all the love but surely someone must have bought the Liverpool also ..
post #80 of 88
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Originally Posted by bengal-stripe View Post
The current collection has lots of classic designs (like "˜Grafton' or "˜Burwood') made up in high-shine leathers in all colours of the rainbow.
The London stores are heavily stocked with them. I wonder, how they will sell.



To me, they look like boiled sweets.



I like shiny shoes and have the ones that DocHoliday thinks garrish. One mans meat....
post #81 of 88
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What brogueing? I don't see any brogueing at all.

Think he means the wingtip, and it's definitely not right. It's way left, which isn't right or right.
post #82 of 88

Dear all,

I bought another pair of church shoes... unfortunately I had many many problems due to their quality and CHURCH is not supporting in any way.

I brought my sohoes back ti the Churck store and they gave me those back after 2 months with the same problem...

SInce that moment I m still trying to get support from CHurch UK but without any success...

Did anyone of you have any similar experience? what have you done?

Please help me!!!

Hy

post #83 of 88

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just got these...are they royal collection?

post #84 of 88

bump

post #85 of 88
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just got these...are they royal collection?

 

Looks very likely.  Can you unload photos of the insoles and the markings inside the shoes?

post #86 of 88
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just got these...are they royal collection?

They come from the short-lived "Masterclass" collection, which Church's produced in the the late 90s (maybe just for two seasons).

http://centipede.web.fc2.com/church_mc2.html
post #87 of 88
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They come from the short-lived "Masterclass" collection, which Church's produced in the the late 90s (maybe just for two seasons).

http://centipede.web.fc2.com/church_mc2.html


i got them for 80 dollars....was it a good deal?

post #88 of 88
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i got them for 80 dollars....was it a good deal?

If they fit well, then it was a good deal. The shoes are virtually unworn.
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