Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.
I also find myself wishing that overhead shots were available when browsing Skoab's pictures.
That "chisel" looks like a soft round chisel, not sharp like the 946, but point taken. From that angle, I'd say the Bonafé 2102B is similar.
Also, the shaft of the StC comes farther down the vamp; Bonafè boots seem to have longer vamps. Look at the grain jumper boot from the side.
Great boot regardless. I need some Norvegese in my rotation.
EDIT: I take it back. Check out the toe of the monkey boot. Seems closer to the StC makeup.
Dude, I thought I was the only one who was curious why there weren't more overhead shots. That angle really gives you a different perspective of the silhouette and toe shape, medallion details that you can't get from all the otherwise superb product shots. Side profiles can make a slender toe look bulbous and a bulbous toe look slender, but an overhead shot really tells the true story in my eyes.
Would really appreciate this perspective for your product shots!
Those look amazing, could you please post some photos when you are wearing them?
Thanks everyone. And yes @Dieg0 , I'll post another shot next week.
That was a great deal for a superb style. Wear in good health.
Some great MTOs arrived Friday. Suede Fest!
Edward Green Piccadilly in Coffee Suede
Edward Green Piccadilly in Mocha Suede
Edward Green Dover in Burnt Pine
Edward Green Olney in Coffee Suede
Edward Green Newbury in Chestnut
Edward Green Galway in Coffee Suede
Gaziano & Girling Gable in Fox Suede
Awsome Mto´s Galway in Coffee Suede looks terrific.
Agreed, awesome make up. Think I have to consider making a pair for myself.
Leaves is the order from dark to light coffee, tobacco, nutmeg.
Every time I see an EG mto post I think one of mine will pop up...but alas not yet. Great makeups thougj
+1. Soon enough.
Awesome make ups! On my wish list for 2015 (among other things):
- Nevis in coffee suede
- Buckingham in indigo suede
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