Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
Actually the Maple is the lightest, followed by Acorn, Edwardian etc
Here is the color chart by Aportnoy
L to R: maple, acorn, edwardian, chestnut, burnt pine, dark oak, burgundy, olive.
I think I'd be willing to go with the 888 on the Malvern, but I'm pretty set on doing this in Chestnut. I already have a couple of other shoes coming already so I probably won't be ready to do this until the first part of next year.
Excellent time to re-post this, thanks.
Just snapped a picture:
From left to right:
Walnut CC, dark oak, dark oak (older finish), burnt pine antique, rosewood country calf, chestnut, edwardian. I agree with the acorn and maple being lighter of course.
I try to found next MTO color, and i think it will be acorn. But on this photo is too yellow.
Count me in for Burgundy Malvern on 888
I think I could go with Chestnut as well (or maybe we could meet halfway on Acorn?) and since I'm not in a haste either we should maybe keep in touch regarding setting up a GMTO?
Btw I guess it would also be worth eating to see what EG's new stock line will include. An I believe they should be launching a new catalogue soon? The one on the webpage still contains spring models...
Sounds good to me.
They all appear to be completely unworn. No signs of a slightest crease?
I'll have to pass on the Malvern on the 888 for now as I already own too many shoes that are quite similar: Inverness, Harrogate and the Asquith. Thanks for the offer though.
They're not my personal pairs. Work in a store that retails EG.
Took longer than I expected before someone asked that!
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