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london - work shoes - black - under £350 - help?

my_alias

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I only have one pair of work shoes I really like - some black Santoni semi brogues

What can my next move be for under £350ish from London? I'd like to keep them black, and I already have a couple pairs of churches so want to avoid them.

I was thinking of checking out the crockett and jones shop

also, are there any sales i should be aware of?

thanks a lot
 

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I was going to to say Church's at Bicester Village, two pairs of black shoes for under £350.

If you want one pair and do not want Church's:
Crockett & Jones, Ralph Lauren (Bond Street), Trickers, Barker's Anniversary range, Pal Zileri (opposite Harrods, not worth the visit if you are only to that store).


Foster's (Jermyn St) have RTW shoes from £425 (oxfords, monks) and some in the £3xx mark (derbys, loafers), they may have something on sale within your budget. I think they use two/three different shoemakers; hence, the different prices but they are made to Fosters style.

Cleverley (Royal Arcade, Old Bond Street) is worth a look, although the best bargains have probably gone. Their RTW is made by C&J.

You could look at Gieves & Hawkes, Richard James and maybe Kilgour (if they still do RTW shoes). I have good bargains at Gieves & Kilgour (50-67% off Cheaney and C&J made shoes), probably because people do not go there for shoe shopping.
 

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All good suggestions. I think Crockett & Jones will probably meet your criteria best (and under budget)
 

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All the shops in Jermyn street had sales on last week"”Trickers for instance seemed to be 30% off. I don't know if it'll be over when they reopen tomorrow.
 

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