Rock Your Socks- show your sock, shoe & pant combos

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by GusW, Jul 27, 2008.

  1. shrink1061

    shrink1061 Active Member

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    Thanks, interesting that they no longer seem to offer that last in the series of options any more! Very nice indeed though and has made me realise that a chocolate brown suede toe cap is something I really want to get. But that may also come in the form of a Crockett Hallam.
     
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    Cleav are these Syndneys? How do you find the fit on the 341 as a loafer compared to the 348 last? I've taken a risk on a pair of 341's half a size down from my normal size. My thinking being that loafers kinda want to be pretty snug so they don't slip.
     
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    x-post WAYWRN - Paul Stuart house brand shoes, BB socks, New & Lingwood suit trews . . .

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    The website needs updating, You can find the Herrick at pediwear on the 109.
    I have the C&J Sydney on the 341 and took my normal size. Quite roomy considering the slight elongation.
     
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    Thanks for that, will check out pediwear, and most of my 348's are a little roomy in a UK7, so if 341 has a little space in it, I might just get away with a half size down! have also just ordered about 5x pairs of funky two tone brescianis! so watch this space for some crazy combinations.
     

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