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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
which of those do you fancy?
theyre all decent. im just glad someone opted for a non-stock model
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.
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?
Very nice, congrats!
Wow, that's a nice make-up!
I agree. The navy bluchers are nice.
Now that would suck if they don't differentiate it when sold...
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.
Is the paget really EG?
Yes, E.G. offers it as the model Carnegie.
I have Dovers on each last. For the Dover I prefer the 606.
Do you know where can I buy an EG shoe tree online for last 888?
They are based in UK. I think it largely depends on where you live.
Do your comments about burnt pine (not being pleasing on its own, but appealing with navy/mid-grey trousers) apply to burnt pine antique as well? I saw this picture, and I thought it might be one of my all-time favorite colors. I might be misled by the fact that I'm looking at the photo; unfortunately, I never got a chance to see this in store.
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