Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
^ and moar!
My first entries into G&G: the Hayes in vintage cherry on the TG73 last and the Grosvenor in midnight blue on the TG73 last. From Bespoke England and Leffot respectively.
For comparison, my G&G's pictured with my first pair of decent shoes, a Paul Stuart wholecut. The PS's are holding up well after 18 months of heavy use. I'm hopeful the G&G's will outlast them.
^ gorgeous, wow. did you get the grosvenor from leffot during the sale? if so, scorre! btw, that doesnt look like the Hayes. hayes doesnt have the captoe
NAMOR thanks for the correction. It's the Hughes. And yes I picked up the monks during the sale for just over $800. Great deal!
Good price! Enjoy them!
wowiw zowie. well done sir.
Damn, those are awesome. They aren't online, are they sold out?
Looks like it. What sizes were on sale? Why did I have to see these!!!
Nice to see the Grosvenors. I've got a few inbound as part of my pending order, although I eliminated the medallion and will have a simple stich for the captoe. I'm at 16 weeks, so shouldn't be too long!
sheez, must be a ghost.
Think I am going to get espresso Warwick on soft square last... I will post when it arrives in six months haha.
Arran vintage rioja on TG73
St. Tropez hatch grain on KN14
Regency polo suede on DG70
Mayfair x 3 (vintage rioja, chocolate suede & vintage pine) on MH71
Mayfair x 2 (black, vintage oak) on TG73
The Mayfairs all simple stitch captoes w/o medallion.
That's a serious haul!! Wow!!
All very classy shoes! Epic!
alright, no ghost
stitchy just collapsed...
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