MTO EG Southwold

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  1. scnupe7

    scnupe7 Senior member

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    From the EG Trunk Show at Sky Valet
    888 last
    Burnt Pine with "heavy antiquing"
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    I also asked for smaller/less punching (as found on the Litchfield and Kingsway).
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  2. benecios

    benecios Senior member

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    Very nice indeed.I have got this shoe on order at the moment also in Burnt Pine on 888.After seeing your pictures I can't wait to get my hands on them.[​IMG]
     


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    Nice choice - that's a hell of shoe! My first pair of EGs were in burnt pine and while they can sometimes look odd on their own, paired with navy or dark grey they look fantastic.
     


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    Gorgeous scnupe...wear them well!
     


  5. scnupe7

    scnupe7 Senior member

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    Beautiful shoes - I like the smaller punching, but then I also like the 'traditional' Southwold.

    Decisions, decisions...
     


  8. scnupe7

    scnupe7 Senior member

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    Beautiful shoes - I like the smaller punching, but then I also like the 'traditional' Southwold.

    Decisions, decisions...


    Thanks. Does that mean you'll be ordering pair for yourself at the next Trunk Show? [​IMG]
     


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    Duveen Senior member

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    That's the decisions, decisions part...
     


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    scnupe7 Senior member

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    That's the decisions, decisions part...

    Oh. I thought the decisions part was which type of punching you were going to go with.
     


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    Oh. I thought the decisions part was which type of punching you were going to go with.

    You're dangerous!

    At this point, I am thinking EG boots are the first step. But who knows... It's easy to blow a small fortune once one starts looking through the EG catalogue (paging Aportnoy).
     


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    Argh! Rrrrgh! #@$(__@$!!!

    C'mon RJ, it's only money. Better a fine shoe collection than some humble townhouse in Clarendon...
     


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    RJman Posse Member Dubiously Honored

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    Wait til you go to Corthay...
     


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    Argh! Rrrrgh! #@$(__@$!!!
    Perhaps you can start an e-mail campaign to persuade Susie to cross the Channel . . .
     


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