Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.
On the topic of the Dover, Don Draper is rockin a similar style
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Carmina Suede Wholecuts
Oh trust me bro. I love shoes. I appreciate the workmanship and aesthetic in these, I just find them fugalicious.
Great, Malford. Rain last?
I have no idea on Carmina lasts unfortunately. These were a £60 cheapy from the bay...
jealous or dimwit?
do you mean the charlton? imo, it's a distant cousin. not bad looking, though.
alright. the monk and the ptb suede are great.
the last of vienna and salzburg lacks a bit, imo. i don't know of chukkas in the austro-hungarian heritage.
very good bang for the buck. go for it.
Couldn't have said it better myself...these days since I've been dressing more casually I prefer clunky lasts. The Vass F is as slick as I like to go, but that actually works well both with suits and jeans.
re: NSTs wasn't paying attention back there, but I like them and agree that they have their place everywhere except the boardroom.
Bottom one's Demeter-Halmos in Freudenburg deadstock
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