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Gaziano & Girling Appreciation & Shoe Appreciation Thread (including reviews, purchases, pictures, e

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. saurabh

    saurabh Senior member

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    All excellent choices.
    My first choice would be St James II in Cherry calf as it's a classic and most popular G&G shoe then Wigmore boots followed by Deco Mitchell.
     
  2. saurabh

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    New MTO G&G shoes are here. They have come out outstanding and it's hard for anyone to beat the quality/finish/design/sleekness of G&G shoes and not even St. Crispins.
    I am sure lot of people would disagree with that and it's to each his own.
    Below are the pics of the two recent MTO's plus the Patinaned Sinatra as well I manage to take few pics today.

    G&G Gables in Dark blue patina and red lining (Square Decolast)
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    G&G Vintage Cedar and Mink Suede Oakham (Square Decolast)
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    G&G Sinatras in Coronation Red Patina (Deco last)
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  3. nickrut

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    Love all three of those. The deco last is hard to beat imo
     
  4. MrVenneri

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    @saurabh Excellent taste. You did an inspirational job with your selections. Two thumbs way up.
     
  5. daizawaguy

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    The full collection

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  6. supplychainman

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    Love at first sight!!! How long did it take to get these?
     
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  7. supern0va

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    I'm uk6 in most shoes (j Fitzpatrick, carmina, Enzo Bonafe) but I take uk6 F width or uk6.5 E width on G&G. And even at F width, G&G is tighter than most other regular width shoes of the same size.
     
  8. saurabh

    saurabh Senior member

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    Thank you so much Guys :)


    Thanks a lot. You can order it directly thru. G&G Savile row store and approx turn around time is 4 months.
     
  9. phichi1106

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    So exciting! That means my anniversary order should be coming soon [​IMG]
     
  10. atia2

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    These two are truly stunning. The kudu apron is the most mesmerising shoe I've ever seen posted here.
     
  11. grc1

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    My favourite four words in the English language:

    "Your shoes are ready."

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  12. grc1

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    New Mitchells, vintage rioja calf. Round deco last.

    At the Savile Row store...

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  13. firenze_rob

    firenze_rob Senior member

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    I'm looking to get a G&G MTO version of a spectator shoe. Anyone have examples? Thanks in advance.
     
  14. grc1

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    Spending an extremely pleasurable 15 minutes scrolling through the pictures on this thread, I've found a lot of pairings of different colours/textures that could serve as inspiration for you. I take it that you're looking for something other than the standard black-white spectator combo.

    Lots of the pics aren't spectators themselves, but they have different leather combinations that you could replicate if it catches your eye. Vass is also a good place to look for inspiration.
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  15. firenze_rob

    firenze_rob Senior member

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    ^^ your instagram is on another level.
     
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  16. dddrees

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    This tends to be my favorite.


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  17. tomrakewell

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    Wow. Love 'em.
     
  18. Concordia

    Concordia Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I was thinking about these today, with all kinds of wet snow coming around-- just not enough to shovel. If only I fit in the GG lasts better. These are really some of the most beautiful full brogues out there, but insteps are too flat for real confidence with me. So I may have to re-brew those with EG-- Falkirk in black Utah and Robertsbridge in walnut country grain. BTW, Leffot did something very close to this that may still be on their website.
     
  19. dddrees

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    Thank you sir.
     
  20. meister

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    That Mountain ram is a killer.
     

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