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While I have a preference for wingtip specs, I applaud your choice here. Very nice. Enjoy and wear in good health.
I think there's some kind of legal obligation for an Englishman to own at least one pair of Church's so assuming they fit I may have to decline your kind offerDefinitely a moment of madness - let me help you by taking them off your hands. No charge - just think of it as all part of the service...
I shall have to consider brogue spectators in suede/calf at some point. I'm a litle concerned that B/W pectators might be mistaken for golf shoes.
Seriously though, I use neutral cream and wax on my spectators -that way I don't need to worry about the two colour thing.
I am wondering how they can be any good - Church's after all! That's probably disgused corrected grain leather you are looking at polishing
+1. Also, if like me, you are a lazy sort and you go to a shoe shine place, make sure the guy/gal uses a completely clean cloth to avoid any residual polish from getting on the white.