Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
I agree, prefer the sude St.James to the calf.
Very nice mktitsworth!
i want a pair in polo suede so bad. mk, what last is that? looks like 73 to me from the pics. correct?
I must say I have the exact same pair/model but I have never seen it polished, photographed and presented this way. Bravo! It's beautiful!
I prefer it in an almond shaped last.
^ Very nice!
Poorsod, that's DG70?
indeed what last is that? because that is beautiful.
Looks bespoke to me but I could be wrong
the stitching and brouging led me to believe the same when i saw the pic.
They also look to be slightly different sizes - I think you're right. Either way, they're gorgeous.
Cgo what kind of wax colors did you use to get that shine? It's well epic..!
Thanks guys. I am also ecstatic with how they came out. Props continue to go to Tony for the suggestion. Stitcheroo: Yes, they are TG73. I love this last - almost as much as I love the deco.
I like the contrast stitching on these, and agree that the almond shape looks good. The rounded toe just does not a appeal to me as much. I envy your lighting though.
What's the best price I can expect to find a pair of St. James II? Those shoes are absolutely absurd...
Any lower cost alternatives?
I've posted them in the bespoke thread before. Wanted to give a comparison of an alternative toe shape in a suede Adelaide.
You are about one week late. Edward of Manchester had a januari sale with a 20% discount.
G&G is never low cost but if you live outside europe you can deduct VAT. Bespoke England has St James in both MH71 and TG73. Skoaktiebolaget has them in MH71.
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