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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by RIDER, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. marc37

    marc37 Senior member

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    Borrelli sprit-toe norwegion welt.
     
  2. redtree00

    redtree00 Senior member

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    1) Dark brown calfskin, perforated balmoral captoe

    2) Whiskey shell cordovan, norwegian front, monk strap

    3) Tan pebble grain, double soled, long wing blucher
     
  3. ChuckE

    ChuckE Member

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    I read this string and am trying to use this to update my shoe quality to match my suits. I have 3 suits: Navy Brooks Brothers; Grey Bernini; and black Bernini. (I wear suits 1-2 days per week) This is very pathetic but I have: Bostonian black toecap; Bally burgundy Monk toecap which is probably outdated. Do I ditch both?

    Most of the shoe recommendations are tan, brown, burgundy. With this suit selection, not sure what to do regarding color. Any further help would be great.

    Chuck
     
  4. RIDER

    RIDER Senior member

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    Well, IMO, the building block for any shoe collection is the black captoe. After that, a nice cognac color would be very versatile - a good combination of tan and burgundy. After that it's what you want, more than what you need.
     

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