• We would like to welcome Exquisite Trimmings as an official Affiliate Vendor. Exquisite Trimmings is a UK based purveyor of the very best in clothing and accessories, from gloves by Thomas Reimer to leather portfolios from Il Micio, to watch rolls by Rapport London. Please visit their new thread and give them a warm welcome.

  • STYLE. COMMUNITY. GREAT CLOTHING.

    Bored of counting likes on social networks? At Styleforum, you’ll find rousing discussions that go beyond strings of emojis.

    Click Here to join Styleforum's thousands of style enthusiasts today!

This Month's Shoe Damage

aportnoy

Distinguished Member
Dubiously Honored
Joined
Mar 10, 2006
Messages
6,808
Reaction score
776
Edward Green "Cardiff/Southwold" on the 888 last in dark antique olive John Lobb 2003 special edition on the 7000 last in museum golden calf Edward Green "Newbury" on the 888 last in dark antique burgundy John Lobb "Tamar" derby on the 8000 last in walnut country calf Edward Green "Warwick" boot on the 202 last in walnut country calf w/ dainite sole Edward Green "Newbury" w/ medallion on the 606 last in mink suede Edward Green "Yardley" on the 606 last in burnished edwardian Edward Green "Old Berkley" on the 88 last in dark oak
 

sysdoc

Senior Member
Joined
Mar 10, 2006
Messages
283
Reaction score
1
Well done, Andrew!
Special congratulations for the JL Vintage 2003! Believe it or not, I do NOT have that shoe! Still, I am a bit worried ... it seems as if you have slowed down. We are used to this amount of shoes as *weekly* shoe damage.
Anyway, it's damn good to have you back!
 

Connemara

[URL='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jST2Sv63WQ']
Joined
Mar 9, 2006
Messages
39,514
Reaction score
1,770
Every time you post one of these, I hate you more and more.
After seeing the 2003 Special and Newbury, I had to run to the defibrillator. Absolutely phenomenal.
 

Manton

RINO
Dubiously Honored
Joined
Apr 20, 2002
Messages
41,583
Reaction score
2,862
So how many feet do you have, anyway?
 

thinman

Distinguished Member
Joined
Jan 24, 2005
Messages
4,926
Reaction score
43
I was admiring the first 3 and thinking "well-done!!". And then there were more....of course.
 

aportnoy

Distinguished Member
Dubiously Honored
Joined
Mar 10, 2006
Messages
6,808
Reaction score
776
Originally Posted by sysdoc
Well done, Andrew!
Special congratulations for the JL Vintage 2003! Believe it or not, I do NOT have that shoe! Still, I am a bit worried ... it seems as if you have slowed down. We are used to this amount of shoes as *weekly* shoe damage.
Anyway, it's damn good to have you back!

I've got too many special orders in the pipeline. You just don't get that immediate satisfaction. Good to see you again as well my friend. And it appears as though you've been keeping me at arm's length. Your new additions are all exquisite, the C&J's are breathtaking.
 

GQgeek

Stylish Dinosaur
Joined
Mar 4, 2002
Messages
17,930
Reaction score
86
I really like the Yardley. I might even swap out the newbury for it when the trunk show arrives. Feel free to post more pics of your EGs!
 

aportnoy

Distinguished Member
Dubiously Honored
Joined
Mar 10, 2006
Messages
6,808
Reaction score
776
Originally Posted by Manton
So how many feet do you have, anyway?

No more than absolutely necessary for any one who grew up in the shadow of Three Mile Island.
 

NoVaguy

Distinguished Member
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Messages
6,555
Reaction score
137
Originally Posted by Manton
So how many feet do you have, anyway?


He's clearly an intelligent mutant caterpillar.
 

Baron

Distinguished Member
Dubiously Honored
Joined
Oct 5, 2004
Messages
7,837
Reaction score
2,545
I love that olive Cardiff and the Edwardian Yardley. Both colors are outstanding.

I'm also kinda digging those pebble grain country Lobbs.

Both you and Sysdoc are completely insane, by the way.
 

Earthmover

Senior Member
Joined
Feb 10, 2005
Messages
586
Reaction score
0
The suede Newbury is definitely the best looking suede shoe I've seen yet. Nice stuff you've got there.
 

Waltar

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 11, 2006
Messages
81
Reaction score
0
What I would do for Yardley's in a 9, sigh.

Beautiful, beautiful choices.
 

Styleforum is proudly sponsored by

Featured Sponsor

How do you feel about spending money on non-essential goods during the Covid-19 crisis?

  • I don't want to spend money at a time of economic uncertainty, even if I could afford it.

  • I feel compelled to spend to help small businesses that are struggling.

  • I reduced my budget for non-essential goods and I'm not spending at the moment.

  • Not much has changed for me and I'm still buying stuff I can't afford.


Results are only viewable after voting.

Related Threads

Forum statistics

Threads
438,840
Messages
9,460,532
Members
198,258
Latest member
chuckfam
Top