Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
How are John Lobb shoes compare to G&G?
Finishing on Non-Prestige JL is far behind G&G.
Prestige JL is equal, or slightly inferior to G&G.
Go for JL if you like the more classic and less aggressive style of the lasts (JL7000, JL8000).
imo, these are no wedding shoes in this colour.
congrats to you wedding.
Thanks for the answer mate.
How can i post a bigger picture?
I believe you mean to say that "wedding shoes" should not be that color. I would say that it depends on the wedding. We aren't having a formal affair, but, rather, are getting married on a farm. amongst friends and family who are being encouraged to dress relatively casually. Hard to argue that brown doesn't belong on a farm and I can't think of anything about exchanging rings, kissing, or dancing that would require black shoes. But, it is my first wedding, so I could be wrong.
Change the size as shown in bold above.
something along these lines. now i remember the story. a lot of people married since i joined sf. not everyone announced it, though.
imo, there's a fine line between relatively casually and not appropriate for a wedding. i couldn't bring myself wearing brown shoes with a navy suit. will not happen.
iirc, these shoes mean a lot to you and are affiliated with the whole ceremony. this is all what matters. tbh, i hope they fit...
I did it but still not very big...
You can enlarge it, by clicking on the picture.
Why do you want them in poster size? Some members might still be on a dial-up connection: then It takes forever and ever
for those big pictures to load.
you could also ask dereks or spoo. they have both. im sure many others do as well.
you are right.
Will wait for the answers then
SPOO AND DEREK S, I'M WAITING
i have put them on the scent.
not much more needs to be said. in terms of styling, JLs are much more "english" to me...calssic styles. G&Gs are a little more aggressive, sharper lines, etc....Lobbs are nice, but G&Gs are sexy. kinda like comparing the girl next door with the great rack to kate upton.
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