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

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

  1. gyasih

    gyasih Senior member

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    Nice stuffs fellas
     
  2. bespoken pa

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    After my Galways get here, I will be placing another order. I was considering the malvern or inverness in chameleon like the make up above. The pics I've seen have varied greatly. Is the color generally closer to the color above or the more greenish hues I have seen posted lately?
     
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    Nice!

    I also ordered the Galway of the same color(not two-tone) last month.

    It will arrive at the beginning of next year.
     
  4. othertravel

    othertravel Senior member

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    Did anybody get EGs from the BB CIS sale?
     
  5. MoosicPa

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    Some EG Midnight antique......

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    their's got to be a better way to say that

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    Nice boots everyone.
     
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    Please - someone post a picture of "mystique"!
     
  11. unipair guy

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    Just a heads up, we have free shipping on our three Galway models and our upcoming Alderley and Shannons. [​IMG]
     
  12. stgrim

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    Dear Sirs,

    I need some sizing help on Edward Green shoes on the 888-last.
    I wear US8.5E in the Allen Edmonds 5-65 last, US9D in the 1 last, a US9D on the Crockett & Jones for Peal & Co 341 last and a UK7.5 in Tod's Loaders with rubber soles.
    What do you think I should size for in the 888-last?

    Thank you.
     
  13. sevenfoldtieguy

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    I am US9.5D in C&J for Peal 341 last.
    For EG's 888, I have both UK9E and UK9.5D.
     
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    I would say a UK 8 E but to be sure it is always better to try the shoe on first and make sure what feels best for you.
     
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    I'd guess 8.5/9 E888.
     
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    I am seriously considering the black austerity brogue by EG for Fosters & Sons on their affiliate thread..
    But I have no idea what I would wear black brogues with.. What you would pair them with? My guess is a Navy/Midnight Blue ensemble, that's not very versatile in general..
     
  17. smoothie1

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    stgrim- Pick up the austerity brogues, if you think you will wear them every so often. Edward Green's austerity brogue (Beaulieu) is flattering and understated; it's the most elegant version of an austerity brogue I have seen. I would suggest wearing them as you would a black plain or cap-toe. The absence of ornamental brogueing makes them quite versatile for a black shoe.
     
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    Fosters & Son refers to the austerity brogues as "The Regent" and not the Beaulieu. Would they be one and the same and the use of "The Regent" as a rebranding on Fosters & Sons part?
    I have dropped a PM to them with the same question.
     
  19. smoothie1

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    I am pretty sure Foster & Son have merely changed the name in a "rebranding" effort. It is probably the same as Brooks Brothers calling their version of EG's Dover the "Algonquin".

    The key feature of "Regent" is that it's made on the 888 last.
     
  20. RogerP

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    I pretty much agree with all of that. There are one or two others that I like as well, but none I like better.
     
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