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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Oyaji, Feb 20, 2010.
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The shoe is chestnut color? toe is darker.
ok, one can micromanage on the gg fit. it's not me...
Thanks - I certainly think they'll color up well.
I hear you about the wingtip monk thing. And then I went and did it with a double monk no less. This is not a make up I would normally go for. But there was something about the overall effect (including the pebble grain) that had a certain naive charm that appealed to me. Perhaps I'm crazy - but it won't be the first time I've been accused of it!
everything is ok.
Yes, but sadly the mission is over for now. I have a pair of Alfred Sargent Handgrades on order and that's the end for a few months.
When I resume I'm going to do a few pairs of Vass and then hold for a long while.
i hope you keep these various measurement on your blackberry
thank you for posting
enjoy wearing your good looking cap toe
Thanks. It's MII RLPL.
Searched the forum, the maker is Silvano Sassetti?
Never heard before.
Picked of a pair of Allen Edmonds, Vinci model, from the seven collection. Not polished yet, but they look great...
Another pair that i have had for a couple of months, from the same AE collection, Tresana model with some polish...
You are welcome Uncle Mac.
Having done these I think I must compliment myself on how descriptive these side by sides actually are.
I hope to do more of them - anyone else wanna play?
good looking shoes! save the polish and use the mac method
I need more to do with my mind right now - not enough work on my plate - as soon as the project load kicks back in all this shoe information will be jettisoned out the back of my head like yesterday's trash. In the meantime it keeps me off the streets at night.
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