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Edward Green Appreciation: Pictures, Info, and Where to Buy

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. Leaves

    Leaves Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I think I might just have to cancel my vacation and drive into the city tomorrow and pick these up; a personal pair of MTOs that just came in. Edward Green "Cottesbrook" in Nightshade calf, 82 last (F-fitting) :D

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  2. RogerP

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    Break in your new shoes as you walk around town. Nothing's says hello like walking into JL with a fresh pair of EG
     
  4. clee1982

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    Pretty sure that's for UK market, at least that's what I saw in London's RL shop
     
  5. NAMOR

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    i would 2nd the 606 sentiment. I think the nst works well on the 606
     
  6. SuitedDx

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    Definitely discussed in the past. My experience with the Mansion is that the D they have in EG (and also in G&G) are UK D; I have worn my EGs in E and tried on EG for RL marked D and they are noticeably narrower.

    Once in a while they do have EG/RL in E though at the Mansion, but it might have been random stock.
     
  7. stevent

    stevent Senior member

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    Yeah I tried on about 5 pairs of RL EGs all too narrow for me
     
  8. Burton

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    Very, very nice. You should do "F" fittings for your shop.
     
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    Some of our recent MTOs for Edward Green
     
  10. NAMOR

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    wow, glad to see someone make something unique with their mto
     
  11. ThinkDerm

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    which of those do you fancy?
     
  12. NAMOR

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    theyre all decent. im just glad someone opted for a non-stock model
     
  13. lhuynh

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    Some shoes from DSW RLPL by EG are listed D inside and some listed E. Based on the shoes I've tried on from RLPL by EG, there is definitely a difference in fitting for the D and E labelled shoes. D is definitely narrower in my experience.
     
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    How is nightshade different from burgundy? A little more eggplant/purple hue in it?

    Either way, those shoes are off the charts...when EG screwed me on the bamford I really should have got these in antique midnight blue. Hmmm?
     
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    Very nice, congrats!
     
  16. sdolina

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    Wow, that's a nice make-up!
     
  17. Burton

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    I agree. The navy bluchers are nice.
     
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    Now that would suck if they don't differentiate it when sold...
     
  19. lhuynh

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    They don't. On the website, it's listed all as M (medium) width. Just not true in my experience but given that the Mansion in NY tells me the same thing, I wouldn't exactly blame DSW.
     
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