Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
Corthay do it or at least did it on their RTW's, i think it is more a classic feature and definatly more casual so IMO it goes well with these
I see it now. Thanks.
what he said
it's barely noticeable when wearing. but what's the reason to do it on RTW? imo, with bs it's incorporated into a whole concept, but then...???
no idea on why corthay would do it, tradition??
yes for me it was to do something different from what i had
Sartorial Splendor - I both hate you and love you for not being a 9E.
One day, I wish I'll be able to buy such shoes and just keep them in the closet, admiring them from time to time! That is the life!
I would have to wear them. I can never keep an unworn shoe unworn for very long.
Although I do like the idea of them as a 'collection' even if such is well past my financial means.
I totally understand. I often feel the same was when I see something I like.
Gaziano & Girling “WIGMORE” Boots [/SIZE]
These are Gaziano & Girling “WIGMORE” boots in Espresso Calf/ Mole Suede combination in size UK 12.5E on G&G classic square (TG73) last...quote]
Sorry to hear the Wigmores did not work but I am sure you will be able to unload them quickly.
Placed my order for a stock pair (Vintage Rioja/TG73/pebble shaft) a couple of weeks ago so they sould be ready early next year. Not a bad first G&G pair!
Funny I noticed this last week on my Canali cap toes but did not give it much thought.
you mean, there are times when you DONT buy something that you like?
I hate to part with them, but you know that "fit" is the most important factor and they do not fit me. By the way, this was my fist pair of GG as well.
I learned a lot about GG sizing soon after and the rest were wonderful. I a UK 13E.
I meant when the size is an issue. But Yes, True, but I don'y buy everything.
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