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

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

  1. dlm4114

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  2. unipair guy

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    Those are stunning! [​IMG] We are trying to do a MTO carmina navy cordovan casual boot. Carmina navy cordovan is just so amazing in person.
     


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    [​IMG]

    Not shell but more EG blue for you guys.
     


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    I already have the dark oak and walnut so I think the blue would have to be my next choice.
     
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  5. no frills

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    Galways in midnight blue and navy suede for the win!

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    Both are nice but I agree that the olive is very eye-catching.
     


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    And the perfect matching watch to boot!!![​IMG]
     


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    The iwc Portuguese chrono with the blue strap would also be a great accompaniment.
     
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    Yes, but I personally prefer this one.
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    A patek is never a bad look.
     


  11. bespoken pa

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    A patek is never a bad look.
     


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    Very nice boot and watch combo! Love the PP
     


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    People can say a lot of things but EG's colors and burnishing are excellent.
     


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    Agreed!!!
     


  15. no frills

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    Dan, thought you might agree regarding the Nautilus. [​IMG]
    Thanks much!

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    A patek is never a bad look.

    In that case:

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    Not quite an EG, but a close "relative" - GG Colcutt single monkstrap / Deco last / vintage cherry with chestnut pingrain upper. Accompanied by a PP 3970 perpetual calendar chrono in yellow gold. And Pantherella socks.
     


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