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Allen Edmonds Appreciation Thread 2020 - News, Pictures, Clothing, Accessories, etc.

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Back in normal world, many companies would have what was called "Casual Fridays," wherein they allowed employees to wear more casual outfits than usual to the office. Here in Bizarro World, I dressed for the end of my third week of WFH quarantine in black Hopkinsons, grey flannel trousers, white shirt, and navy blazer (skipped the tie, though):

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(The weirdest part of this is that I haven't worn anything this dressy to the office in at least 10 years...)
 

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Caleres stock down to $3.32
 

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love the combo! I’m hoping for warm weather soon
Thanks! The top is a little loud being a bright mid blue sweater.
I thought warm weather was here, but the wind blew last night...
Back in normal world, many companies would have what was called "Casual Fridays," wherein they allowed employees to wear more casual outfits than usual to the office. Here in Bizarro World, I dressed for the end of my third week of WFH quarantine in black Hopkinsons, grey flannel trousers, white shirt, and navy blazer (skipped the tie, though):

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(The weirdest part of this is that I haven't worn anything this dressy to the office in at least 10 years...)
Nice; I like this shot.
I wore my navy hopsack and grey PoW suits both this week around the house because I can.
 

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Hey, Filthy Barnweasels! Long time, no talk.

Hope you're all doing your best to stay healthy during this weird time in our lives. Been WFH since 3/16, so AE wears have been few and far between, especially since a couple of the 6-or-so herniated discs in my back decided to flare up right around 3/21. I had a nice week or so of working from bed. Things are pretty much back to normal (no pun intended), so I figured I'd break out my 2nd favorite pair of AEs to celebrate the normalcy. I'm relegated to the basement while Mrs. Donkey and Lil' Donkey use the office and living room upstairs. Please enjoy the lame basement carpet.
 

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Hi I just wanted to give my Allen Edmonds Park avenue a new shine but im not sure what color they actually are . could somedody tell out of the picture attached?

thanks a lot Chris
Burgundy Polished Cobbler from 1986. These are corrected grain, so polish will probably wipe right off.
 

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thank you for your quick anwer. so this is some kind of a cheap version? I guess normally park avenues are full grain leather?

thank you
 

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