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post #4141 of 4735
need sizing help with the brunswick shoes. I usually wear a 9.5 in dress shoes, 8.5 in Grensons. tts?
post #4142 of 4735
http://cgi.ebay.com/PAUL-SMITH-RICAR...item4840e1f5d7

9.5 UK / 10.5 U.S brown Ricards $340 or best offer.
post #4143 of 4735
do musa trainers fit differently per design (materials used/ color)? i have a pair in a 6uk and they fit huge compared to other sneakers that i have....
post #4144 of 4735
I'm looking for a pair of PS brogues with a specific playing card suit pattern in the brogueing... Seen some in a shop some time ago but can't find any mention or example online, they're probably a one-season thing... Any idea what the model could be? Cheers.
post #4145 of 4735
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Originally Posted by clemente21 View Post
these are gorgeous. any info on where these might be available in the US?

No idea! They said they would go on sale at Floral Street at the end of June.

Best bet is to keep checking the PS site and buy them online.
post #4146 of 4735
Third pair of PS, first pair of loafers though. I am pleased.
post #4147 of 4735
Looking at these Millers for sale at the House of Fraser:

http://www.houseoffraser.co.uk/Paul+...html?cgid=S217

One of the four color is the "Light Grey", for which there is not image available. Does anyone know what the "Light Grey" Miller's look like? No obvious hits on Google....

Thanks in advance!
post #4148 of 4735
Here's a pic of grey Nashes from a couple seasons ago. Dunno if it's the same grey.

post #4149 of 4735
Hmmmm, somehow I feel those may be the "regular" Grey ones, no? Thanks for the pic either way.
post #4150 of 4735
Want a pair of Paul Smiths for my birthday... Luckily my mom and sister are both fans of Paul Smith so the purchase should not be a hard one.

But which pair should I get...
post #4151 of 4735
Do you want something conservative or a little more out there? The Brunswicks are nice, but the Kennedys are cool, too. I like cap-toe boots so the Cesars are right up my alley. Depends what you're looking for, I guess.
post #4152 of 4735
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post
Do you want something conservative or a little more out there? The Brunswicks are nice, but the Kennedys are cool, too. I like cap-toe boots so the Cesars are right up my alley. Depends what you're looking for, I guess.
I guess something that is uniquely Paul Smith. If you were buying Aldens you wouldn't buy their black cap toe even though it's a great shoe because they have a lot of other shoes like the Indy Boot and all sorts of great suede offerings. I'm guessing for Paul Smith that's dip dye or something? I like the Brunswicks but the Kennedys are a little out there. Is there like a master directory of all Paul Smith models?
post #4153 of 4735
Hah. It's funny you say that because I almost bought a pair of brown Alden cap toes not long ago. I held off because they were a little chunky for my taste. Personally I don't know that there is a single signature PS shoe. I think they have a distinct shape that you can see across various models, but there's no one model that sums it up (which is something I like, actually). If you're looking for something that's immediately recognizable as Paul Smith, though, the Millers and Corsos come to mind. But maybe that's just because I've seen a million pics of them. I think both are generally dip-dyed as well. I'm sure others will have other suggestions.
post #4154 of 4735
If I was only buying one pair of PS shoes right now it'd likely be the navy dip dye millers.


that said, I'm on the fence whether or not to order the plum suede millers right now since I have navy brogues already but nothing nearly as offensive as those plum jobbers. I also love the Iggys though...
post #4155 of 4735
Wore my sigaro Starrs for the first time the other day...... Such a great buy for $200 and super versatile to boot.
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