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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by tennisguru, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. tennisguru

    tennisguru Senior member

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    Off to the big smoke tomorrow for some serious (hopefully) retail therapy. On the menu are a pair of Berluti "Pierre" boots http://www.berluti.com/#/catalogue/cityshoes/category_15/collection_40/4 (but in various shades of brown/oxblood rather than black) and I'd quite like a Chelsea or similar boot in black, but I'm after something with a bit of interest in the leather - could be patina, grain etc (not heavy a brogue though) - anybody got any suggestions?

    Cheers

    Ash
     


  2. tennisguru

    tennisguru Senior member

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    Shikar Senior member

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    Very nice. :)

    Regards.
     


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  6. swiego

    swiego Senior member

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    Wow, pretty..... what will you wear those with?
     


  7. tennisguru

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    Swiego - they aren't for wearing, they're just for looking at!

    seriously though, I'm a tennis pro by trade so I spend most of my work life in trackies and trainers, our office dress is smart-casual so with dark denim and a shirt or polo these should look very tasty!

    Cheers
     


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