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

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

  1. Gdot

    Gdot Senior member

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    gotcha! They are not terribly expensive. Perhaps you can work a pair in before you buy another pair of G&Gs?

    I've been pretty happy with alternating purchases between G&G and C&J.
     
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    i imagine yes, the mertons will make their way into my closet before another pair of G&Gs. unless something fabooolus happens to my bank account.

    do you recall about what they run in USD from your guy?
     
  3. Gdot

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    They are 320 pounds - minus VAT = 262 pounds ($425). Plus about $30 shipping and trees.
     
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    very reasonable, for some reason i was thinking closer to 600. thanks broseph.
     
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    Your prolly thinking full retail outta NYC where there is little availability of C&J shoes in other stores and the overhead is sky high. Not to mention they pay full duties, etc. etc. etc.
     
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  7. GusW

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    Are any of you regular posters here coming to the Styleforum Party in SF? If so I would like to be sure and meet you.
     
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    most likely


    i wish, i would have liked to meet you as well. :(

    maybe another time.
     
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    The boots are great - as are the suede austerity brogues. What happened to your foot - destroy it wearing gemmed shoes? :happy:
     
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    +1


    Thanks! I have very high-end English RTW, they aren't gemmed :embar:. I have a hairline fracture in some bone on the bottom of my foot. I don't know how it happened.
     
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    feel better. im lovin the suede.
     
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    Cheaney Imperials, Egtved socks, Lindeberg flannel...
     
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