Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by w.o.e.is.me., May 3, 2011.
So, anyone else interested in doing an MTO of the 922 wingtip in the darker Natur Marron?
^ Count me in.
I'm confused about the shade.
I have these http://www.thearmourystore.com/shoes/carmina-simpson-80105-oxford-punched-captoe-calf-brown and they say marron on the box.
These however say brown calf on the web site: http://www.carmina.telemaco.es/articulo.asp?idarticulo=3640213
Are they the same color? Is either "Natur Marron" or "Vegano Marron"?
Marron just means brown in Spanish. Natur and vegano are different types of leather, whether that means they are different shades I don't know.
Any more photos of this model?
Carmina burgundy adelaides. Direct from Carmina couple of months ago.
I believe the Carmina site has that boot in burgundy shell
Lets do this gents:
Please PM me with your details if you want in. A couple of people already showing interest so it shouldn't be long til we reach the minimum 6.
Leaves will be contacting Betty as soon as she gets back from Pitti Uomo, so we should get some kind of confirmation by next week.
Question: what lining color? available colors are Tanned, Brown, Black, and Purple. Let me know what you guys think.
Very close but the one on Carmina's site has a cap toe.
I dont think Carmina has ever done a plain toe boot before, so this makeup would be quite exciting. I stand corrected though.
Mad photo shop skills there pikachoo. What color eyelets? If it were up to me I'd pikachoose brass!
Good eye sir. This Carmina business is dangerous. I'm eyeing that cognac bal... Eff me
You guys and your brilliant MTO ideas are a bad influence on me
Yes, brass, I choose you! I like how Carmina's brass eyelets are not too shiny, giving a much more subdued effect. It should be called antique brass.
alden's brass: http://cdn.styleforum.net/e/eb/350x700px-LL-eb08fc74_P1020553.jpeg
carmina's brass: http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0184/4436/products/7802603078_94c95e6401_b_1024x1024.jpg?5189
Aargh! The Oscar last looks to be too roomy for me, and York soles don't have as much traction as Dainite.
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