Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.
I want to be like a car sales schoolboy
Some outstanding shoes in the last few pages- thanks for posting!
Hot damn. Must be smokin crack cos these 'Churchills' are the secks. ^ Best work of his I've seen- Hmmm.. makes me think it'd be worth the effort to arrange something.
I think the suedes are more classic and easier on the eye ^ - ^^
^^ my understanding too. Lobb Paris one skin per pair, and acc to Chay at AS they will scan multiple skins to get something perfect for their handgrade line
ok I know they're not 'hand' grade
Like the color ^^
You are a player, sir. ^^
Great collection and well cared for. C&J fan? I see Tetbury's and Weymouths and a few others- can u give us some captions please?
Spelling mistake no? Chukke/Chukka.
My old man wore suede chukkas his entire working life- still does.
nice collection !
love the chukka ~~
well, it's a regional and a cultural thing.
it's a joke and at least a cliché.
would you feel better that it is the preferred footwear of generation 68 activists and radical leftists? bengal knows all these things...
one pair per hide. hmmh, hard to imagine, imo. maybe for bespoke operations. i buy more in the scanning version for rtw production.
Any other then the chukka boots then ? casual shoes...
Exhibit A, back to front, left to right:
CJ Merton, Grenson for Fox snuff suede wholecut, CJ Harvard
WS Foster blue suede derby, Paul Smith, Italian spectator
CJ Lowndes, Grenson for Fox Canvas Captoe, CJ Cranford
Exhibit B, back to front, left to right:
CJ Swansea, CJ Hallam, Jeffrey West derby
CJ Monkton, CJ Weymouth, CJ Aldwych
CJ Selbourne, Church benchgrade double monk, Grenson for Fox derby, CJ Hallam
CJ Brunswick, CJ Prestwood, CJ Weymouth
Exhibit C, back to front, left to right:
CJ Islay, Jeffrey West, CJ Somerville, Grenson chelsea
CJ Tetbury, CJ Tetbury, Grenson country grain chukka
CJ Hayle, CJ Hartland, Grenson choc suede chukka
Well, old man was in TV, and wore a beard, so I guess that explains it
One word for you- Norweger. Style, and skill.
Or there's Dandie's 'Tetbury' in suede.
CJ indeed- and you've got brown covered.
I forgot to include the CJ Cavendish in in brown suede I was wearing.
And what do you mean brown is covered? There is a huge antique-tan-coloured and clifford-shaped hole at the heart of my collection that desperately needs filling...
there you go...
What is there not to love - especially those brown and white spectators?
How about a Drummond in tan then? You seem to like the 348 last.
The force is strong in you.
great collection, enjoy wearing
+1, thanks for sharing!
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