Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
Bespoke England blog says It's a MTO Astaire vintage pine calf & dark brown pin grain DG70.
My St James II
^ Just perfect. Congrats man!
I really like the St. James model.
pretty much the only G&G model I'd want to buy
Is that a store display MM? Please don't tell me you have a bespoke cabinet for your bespoke G&Gs!
What would you call that shoe? A spectator I suppose. Wonderful combo.
one of my faves.
First pair looks awesome Nick.
The Uppingham is indeed beautiful, it's on my list
First posting here. St. James II. MH71. Dark Oak.
As I've said before, I think you should have less patina on the toes and have a more gradual shift from the dark toes to the upper. Now it almost looks like you got two toe caps.
What do you mean by this? (sorry for my english)
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