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Good stuff Gerry, but I don't think they would dig your Rolex!

In that case, we're both in trouble:

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I'm starting to think you have a problem, Jerry :P

Herring Reading

Just an appreciator of fine footwear smile.gif


Yep that's what I was referring to !
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Herring Reading

Fast becoming this thread's suede of choice.
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I have a pair too, but I'd like to replace them in the next year with maybe a Carmina suede captoe or even a simpson last loafer. They are quite wide and need a lot of brushing for creasing where the pile crushes near the vamp. Great for the price though
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Today's outfit. Starting to get out the winter weight suits now.

Suit: Canali Exclusive, Shirt: Antichi Telai, Tie: Pal Zileri, Cufflinks: Henry Buck's, Shoes: Santoni FAM
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

I have a pair too, but I'd like to replace them in the next year with maybe a Carmina suede captoe or even a simpson last loafer. They are quite wide and need a lot of brushing for creasing where the pile crushes near the vamp. Great for the price though

The other shoe of choice around here!

I keep looking at these.

http://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/collections/uk-size-7-a-z/products/alfred-sargent-tirol-suede-derby
post #12531 of 54943
Jason, fwiw, my preference is the golden wombat!
post #12532 of 54943
And the wombat is in the lead! Jobro you may well be in luck.
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

I have a pair too, but I'd like to replace them in the next year with maybe a Carmina suede captoe or even a simpson last loafer. They are quite wide and need a lot of brushing for creasing where the pile crushes near the vamp. Great for the price though

 

 

 

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The other shoe of choice around here!
I keep looking at these.
http://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/collections/uk-size-7-a-z/products/alfred-sargent-tirol-suede-derby

 

That's a lovely colour of suede and at a great price as well.

 

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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

I have a pair too, but I'd like to replace them in the next year with maybe a Carmina suede captoe or even a simpson last loafer. They are quite wide and need a lot of brushing for creasing where the pile crushes near the vamp. Great for the price though

 

I'm saving up to get the Simpson last loafer. I'd like a nice dark brown suede pair. Have you thought about these ones for a pair of suede lace ups? They're plain toe derbies but look very nice.

 

CD, I really like those cufflinks and socks. What would the material for your suit be called?

 

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A sunny autumn Saturday (inspired by Kent Wang):

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Details:

Jacket - Hickey Freeman

Lapel Flower - Vanda

Jumper - John Smedley

Shirt - Lands End ($5 from the local op shop!!!)

Jeans - Lee Rider

Shoes - Florsheim Bedford

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A sunny autumn Saturday (inspired by Kent Wang):
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Details:
Jacket - Hickey Freeman
Lapel Flower - Vanda
Jumper - John Smedley
Shirt - Lands End ($5 from the local op shop!!!)
Jeans - Lee Rider
Shoes - Florsheim Bedford

I like the colours/textures in this fit, but how is the length on those jeans?
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For those interested, popped down to DJs again before dinner last night, the D'urban suits are going for 60% off also at $499 a piece. Made in HK, full canvas, light weight fabrics in staple colours. If anyone thing about ordering one of those Benjamins, Kent wangs etc might as well pay DJs a visit first.
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Can anyone recommend where I could find good quality, slim fitting cardigans?
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Count me in the gold wombat camp.
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Count me in the gold wombat camp.

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Naka does that mean I can count you in my numbers as interested?
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

I have a pair too, but I'd like to replace them in the next year with maybe a Carmina suede captoe or even a simpson last loafer. They are quite wide and need a lot of brushing for creasing where the pile crushes near the vamp. Great for the price though

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post


The other shoe of choice around here!
I keep looking at these.
http://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/collections/uk-size-7-a-z/products/alfred-sargent-tirol-suede-derby

 

That's a lovely colour of suede and at a great price as well.

 

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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

I have a pair too, but I'd like to replace them in the next year with maybe a Carmina suede captoe or even a simpson last loafer. They are quite wide and need a lot of brushing for creasing where the pile crushes near the vamp. Great for the price though

 

I'm saving up to get the Simpson last loafer. I'd like a nice dark brown suede pair. Have you thought about these ones for a pair of suede lace ups? They're plain toe derbies but look very nice.

 

CD, I really like those cufflinks and socks. What would the material for your suit be called?

 


I like those derbies but already have them in burgundy calf so would definitely go the loafer when the time comes, maybe in a few months time when winter is nearing a close.
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