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post #1081 of 1370

Oh,

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Originally Posted by kirbya View Post


Since these are already discount, not technically.

I didn't mean for the sweaters, I meant for regular full price merch. Europrep's comment seems to imply that there is an SF discount separate from the discount already on the sweaters which may or may not stack with them. 

post #1082 of 1370

Very cool and unique selection Kirby.

 

Sweater kopped for me, shawl kopped for wife.  

post #1083 of 1370

Congrats to this week's hanger set winner, @Mr. Six!

post #1084 of 1370
Im so mad the blue 1/4 zip is gone. If I wear approximately 40R would I wear a medium?
post #1085 of 1370
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Originally Posted by RedDevil10 View Post

Congrats to this week's hanger set winner, @Mr. Six
!

Awesome! Thanks so much! I can really use them.
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Im so mad the blue 1/4 zip is gone. If I wear approximately 40R would I wear a medium?

I'm also 40R and have found that medium is right on several pieces.
post #1086 of 1370
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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

Awesome! Thanks so much! I can really use them.
I'm also 40R and have found that medium is right on several pieces.

Im considering kopping the green 1/4 zip
post #1087 of 1370
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post


Im considering kopping the green 1/4 zip

I thought about that one but went with the cardigan. I don't have anything in that cotton blend but reviews have been positive and the 1/4 zip looks great.
post #1088 of 1370
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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

I thought about that one but went with the cardigan. I don't have anything in that cotton blend but reviews have been positive and the 1/4 zip looks great.

Weird, as I went to add it to my cart, it went up to full price...
post #1089 of 1370
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Im so mad the blue 1/4 zip is gone. If I wear approximately 40R would I wear a medium?

 

 

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post #1090 of 1370
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Originally Posted by europrep View Post


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post #1091 of 1370

Aaaaaaand...we're back!

 

Today I'm refreshing a very special pair of Saint Crispin's exotic loafers — join me by posting photographs here today of you shining/polishing your shoes (before and after shots, please)!  

 

One (1) randomly chosen participant in our thread today will receive his or her choice of one (1) Drake's of London Elephant, Rectangle Motif, or Paisley pocket squares!  In addition, we also want to interact with all of you on social media and each participant this week who cross-posts to InstagramTwitterFacebook or Tumblr (using the hashtag #shoeshinesunday and #entry) will receive one entry for a drawing to be held in eleven weeks for a $500 Hanger Project gift certificate!  

 

Without further ado, let's get to it...

 

These Saint Crispin's loafers are brand new, but have been handled quite a bit and could use a bit of a refresh, including the sole edges.

 

The "damage"

 

Today's set up includes: (Click to show)

 

As always, I first brushed the shoes, this time with an Edoya brush, to remove any dirt and other surface adulterants.  

 

Brush, brush, brush

 

 

I began the actual polishing process by applying a very thin, light layer of neutral Saphir Pate de Luxe polish all over the shoes with a cut cotton pad.  Given that these loafers are exotic, I did not "work" the wax into the shoes as usual with calf shoes, but instead I applied the light layer of wax and let it dry.  

 

Wax on

 

 

While the wax dried, I used another cut cotton pad and the 4-1 water/pure alcohol mixture that I keep in my Glass Water Dispenser to clean up and remove a bit of surface cracked finish on the sole edges.

 

Smoothing out

 

 

Then, I applied and worked neutral Saphir Pate de Luxe polish into the sole edges.  Before the wax completely dried, I used a Saint Cripin's edging tool to smooth out and seal the sole edges. 

 

Wood n' leather

 

 

Lastly, I briskly brushed the dried wax off of the shoes with my Edoya brush and used the softness of the brush to highly polish the toes.

 

Tadaa

 

 

That's it for today!

 

Remember to post photographs here today of you shining/polishing your shoes (again - before and after, please) to qualify for our drawing for  one (1) Drake's of London ElephantRectangle Motifor Paisley pocket squares!  Keep the win rolling by also cross-posting your photos on InstagramTwitterFacebook or Tumblr (using the hashtag #shoeshinesunday and #entry) — start collecting entries now for the drawing to be held in eleven weeks for a $500 Hanger Project gift certificate!  

 

I'll be checking back in on this thread throughout the day, so feel free to include any questions you might have along with your posts — who knows, the answer(s) may even be the subject of a future Shoe Shine Sunday!  

post #1092 of 1370
Added a little wax to some new shoes today as well as a coat of creme to the G&Gs as they felt a little dry.

Before:


After:


http://instagram.com/p/nToyqHE24Q/And Instagram photo:
post #1093 of 1370
Quote:
Originally Posted by RedDevil10 View Post
 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Aaaaaaand...we're back!

 

Today I'm refreshing a very special pair of Saint Crispin's exotic loafers — join me by posting photographs here today of you shining/polishing your shoes (before and after shots, please)!  

 

One (1) randomly chosen participant in our thread today will receive his or her choice of one (1) Drake's of London Elephant, Rectangle Motif, or Paisley pocket squares!  In addition, we also want to interact with all of you on social media and each participant this week who cross-posts to InstagramTwitterFacebook or Tumblr (using the hashtag #shoeshinesunday and #entry) will receive one entry for a drawing to be held in eleven weeks for a $500 Hanger Project gift certificate!  

 

Without further ado, let's get to it...

 

These Saint Crispin's loafers are brand new, but have been handled quite a bit and could use a bit of a refresh, including the sole edges.

 

The "damage"

 

Today's set up includes: (Click to show)

 

As always, I first brushed the shoes, this time with an Edoya brush, to remove any dirt and other surface adulterants.  

 

Brush, brush, brush

 

 

I began the actual polishing process by applying a very thin, light layer of neutral Saphir Pate de Luxe polish all over the shoes with a cut cotton pad.  Given that these loafers are exotic, I did not "work" the wax into the shoes as usual with calf shoes, but instead I applied the light layer of wax and let it dry.  

 

Wax on

 

 

While the wax dried, I used another cut cotton pad and the 4-1 water/pure alcohol mixture that I keep in my Glass Water Dispenser to clean up and remove a bit of surface cracked finish on the sole edges.

 

Smoothing out

 

 

Then, I applied and worked neutral Saphir Pate de Luxe polish into the sole edges.  Before the wax completely dried, I used a Saint Cripin's edging tool to smooth out and seal the sole edges. 

 

Wood n' leather

 

 

Lastly, I briskly brushed the dried wax off of the shoes with my Edoya brush and used the softness of the brush to highly polish the toes.

 

Tadaa

 

 

That's it for today!

 

Remember to post photographs here today of you shining/polishing your shoes (again - before and after, please) to qualify for our drawing for  one (1) Drake's of London ElephantRectangle Motifor Paisley pocket squares!  Keep the win rolling by also cross-posting your photos on InstagramTwitterFacebook or Tumblr (using the hashtag #shoeshinesunday and #entry) — start collecting entries now for the drawing to be held in eleven weeks for a $500 Hanger Project gift certificate!  

 

I'll be checking back in on this thread throughout the day, so feel free to include any questions you might have along with your posts — who knows, the answer(s) may even be the subject of a future Shoe Shine Sunday!  

 

Wow those Saint Crispin's look amazing! As a side note, any chance The Hanger Project might start carrying Edoya brushes? I'd be interested to get my hands on one...

 

Today I'm working on my Riders. It had been awhile since I had last polished them, and they were starting to look a bit dry.

 

I started them off with a few coats of Reno

 

Next, I put on 3 coats of neutral pommadier

 

 

Then, two coats of Saphir #34 wax

 

Lastly, some mirror shine on the toe (and heel), also with #34

post #1094 of 1370
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Originally Posted by LeMaitreChat View Post
 

Wow those Saint Crispin's look amazing! As a side note, any chance The Hanger Project might start carrying Edoya brushes? I'd be interested to get my hands on one...

 

Thanks!  Unlikely as to the Edoya brushes, as they barely have any in their own shop day-to-day given that they are hand made and sell almost immediately.

post #1095 of 1370

I needed a hanger. I got a hanger. I like my hanger. If you need a hanger you should get these hangers as you will like these hangers.  

/review

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