Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 24, 2009.
So, what you waiting for?
Lol bank account hates me right now. On a spending hiatus after my next purchase for a good 3 months.
Couldn't help it.
Okay, now I'll leave you be.
Oh, by the way what did you or are you gettiing?
Hi Everyone, deciding between OEII F Last in Brown Boxcalf (65) or Oxblood (66), if it were you, which one would get get? Which is more versatile? I was really after a dark brown shoe in this design, so not sure which to go for.
OEII F Last in Brown Boxcalf (65) vs Oxblood (66).
65 - http://vass-cipo.hu/kepek/08_Olasz/065_Kicsi.jpg
66 - http://vass-cipo.hu/kepek/08_Olasz/066_Kicsi.jpg
Anyone know what this shoe is: http://www.zimmermannkim.com/blog/2...ii-oxford-in-oxblood-boxcalf/#jp-carousel-746.
Also seen here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/307555/vass-f-last-oxblood-old-english-ii-45-5-12d
Looks like 65, but in oxblood, or 66 without medallion. Couldn't find it in the catalogue, so would it be a special order?
I think brown gets the edge for versatility but the oxblood actually goes with both navy and grey. I wear my oxblood more than my bordeaux coloured shoes. But not as frequently as mid to dark brown.
If your like most, you already have plenty of shoes in brown.
I say get the Oxblood.
Oxtail soup, without a doubt
Another pair is incoming...
What did you order?
Any shots of P3 models would be interesting.
dg626, are you sure 66 is oxblood?
Looks like bordeaux to me.
Oxblood all the way -
Goes well with Navy; Grey; Black during the formal weekdays
And Dark violet & Navy Blue jeans on the weekend....
100% Oxblood -
Bordeaux has more shine and looks like fresh blood.
Sorry to hear that. Beautiful shoes! Can't return?
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