Gaziano & Girling Deco Range 2010

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  1. fritzl

    fritzl Senior member

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    more like black pudding! no more diverse than cleverley's, what have about 5 different lines 4 of which are all made upstairs in bond street ;-)[​IMG]

    i wasn't aware of this...

    is it possible to have gg rtw without fiddleback? it makes my feet hurt, just when i look at it. [​IMG]
     


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    i wasn't aware of this...

    is it possible to have gg rtw without fiddleback? it makes my feet hurt, just when i look at it. [​IMG]


    dunno, but with BS anything goes, thro FB should not hurt you feel - trust me on this fact[​IMG]
     


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    ... thro FB should not hurt you feet - trust me on this fact[​IMG]

    i was kidding, though i haven't been introduced to a tight waist yet and i'm not sure if i miss something... ...doesn't like the look either.
     


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    i was kidding, though i haven't been introduced to a tight waist yet and i'm not sure if i miss something... ...doesn't like the look either.

    i dont think you would notice it to be frank, unless you had incredibally flat feet, i think you would find it very comfortable or even not difference
     


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    i dont think you would notice it to be frank, unless you had incredibally flat feet, i think you would find it very comfortable or even not difference

    maybe, still the look bothers me...

    another point: my cobbler would have a hard time with the fbw. i'm sticking with my philosophy to discuss maintenance jobs personally(not on the phone, email etc.)
     


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    maybe, still the look bothers me...

    another point: my cobbler would have a hard time with the fbw. i'm sticking with my philosophy to discuss maintenance jobs personally(not on the phone, email etc.)


    i getcha, but i would just mail or drop them off to TG as it is easy enough and at times just as local
     


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    Do you work for G&G or something, Luk-Cha?
     


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    Let's get down to business. What's the price tag?
     


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    luk-cha Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Do you work for G&G or something, Luk-Cha?

    why, you looking to get some on the cheap?
     


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    why, you looking to get some on the cheap?

    I'm curious to see how close the price will be to just getting bespoke shoes. If it is close enough these might be worthless compared to the real thing despite all of the handwork and such.
     


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    I'm curious to see how close the price will be to just getting bespoke shoes. If it is close enough these might be worthless compared to the real thing despite all of the handwork and such.

    Don't forget the time component. [​IMG]
     


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    Don't forget the time component. [​IMG]

    Time is money, they should pay you for waiting!
     


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    Time is money, they should pay you for waiting!

    They will likely be half the price of full bespoke
     


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    They will likely be half the price of full bespoke

    Which is around about the same price as Edward Green Top Drawer. J
     


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    maybe, still the look bothers me...

    another point: my cobbler would have a hard time with the fbw. i'm sticking with my philosophy to discuss maintenance jobs personally(not on the phone, email etc.)


    I can only imagine sending this back to G & G.
     


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