Great loafers mate, perfectly balanced, not too elongated or too clunky(old man-ish) in the burgundy. What are they? Possibly in your earlier posts but I'm a bit lazy today....
Pretty disappointing, Carmina make a fantastic loafer too, in the Rain l think off the top of my head. I'm looking to get a pair of Carmina however l'd like to try a pair on before taking the plunge especially with the tricky Simpson last.
Enjoy your weekend man, l'm taking my boy off to the park now!
I'm surprised Skab couldn't do anything, although I can imagine Carmina wouldn't be too fun to work with over such an issue. I actually pulled out after some unforseen expenses nailed my funds for that MTO.
They were good and very helpful. I can't say much more except that they will definitely go all out to assist.
Hey guys I need help with loafers.
Nabilmust I have seen your penny loafers in your shoe 'group shot', and am after something similar (1st pair of loafers, brown ish colour?, to wear with chinos mainly and with shorts?, possibly get away with nice slacks and blazer).
Firstly, Im going to Europe (Amsterdam, Florence, Paris, London main cities), but have also been looking online at these Herring loafers (http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=6&shoeid=2768).
The image below that is a range of colours I have also considered.
Few things/ issues I have:
- few main stores in Europe, if purchasing there is clearly the best option
- ideal/ most versatile brown colour (ie to wear with dark and light chinos, if such a thing exists) ....edit: - are these all too light?
- with the Herrings above; the toe is too pointed?, also the weird square stitch on the top band
- these loafers with chinos = no socks?
Otherwise the price is right for me at around $250 AUD (exc. VAT), and I tend to prefer the 'Hazelnut' colour over the other browns and burgundy.
Appreciate any opinions from all.
edit: links to other browns