Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.
^ why the hate? If they're not your style, move on. You've made your point bud.
Looks turquoise - please tell me it's green!
1. We like EG's.
2. We like the fit of the EG last.
3. We like navy crup.
Please see above and below.
#1) Not so into the idea of buying simply because of brand, especially when the brand will cost 2x or more than a similar option.
#2) Fit is King, so I totally understand if this is a big factor in deciding.
#3) I'd like to see some better pics of those EG's. The lack of lighting + the flash makes them look black. I'm fascinated to see what blue shell looks like & see it as it ages. Being that blue shell isn't common, I can see this as another big factor in deciding.
1st JL heartbeat too fast
Christmas is the Vintage Shoe Addict's DREAM! No one buys Vintage Shoes as a Christmas gift (or it's rarely done), so there are few buyers out there... letting the Addicts snatch up many gems at low prices.
1940's Wright Arch Preservers Oxford Caps in Pebble Grain Calf.
Foster & Son Blue Suede Wingtip Specs. These are mind-blowing in person.
Very nice indeed.
Shoes look great. I wouldn't mind having a pair.
color 8 chukkas
sw&d stuff Vaj Rajan, more grey than expected
P1100821 by sinnedk, on Flickr
P1100822 by sinnedk, on Flickr
P1100820 by sinnedk, on Flickr
P1100823 by sinnedk, on Flickr
I just received my Anniversary shoes from Leffot - the EG Westminister (double monk) in navy shell on the 888. They are very dark - look black unless you really look at them. First person I showed them to inspected them about two feet from their face and didn't realized they were blue until I said something. The creasing starts to show some hints of lighter blue. They are going to age very nicely.
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