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luk-cha

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any will look great IMO!
 

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Originally Posted by economiayocio
All of them are cordovan? Sure?

100% sure those are all cordovan i have the same colors in simular shoo's
 

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Slickman;3724678 said:
Which colors Shell Cordovan would you go with for an Old English II on U last, here's a pic I found on Vass Porn Thread:

Really depends on the colours you have in your rotation. I for one cant wait to get my hands on either Saddle or Whiskey. Mine is too dark at the moment.
 

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I really like the second one from the left! But get some mac method going on those guys!
 

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My choice would be the second from the right.
 

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This is a suit shoe, and the two center shoes will work with both grey and navy.
 

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these are some of mine that have been worn, from L - R, antique congac, whiskey, saddle

 

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I would prefer the 2nd from the right, but they really all look great imho.
 

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Originally Posted by luk-cha
these are some of mine that have been worn, from L - R, antique congac, whiskey, saddle



Whats the difference between the whisky and the saddle, I can't really tell from the picture. I currently have a black italian oxford wingtip and an antique cognac budapest oxford, both U, both calf, and was looking to get an old english II in cordovan, which color shade would you suggest I go with next, looking for something that goes well with navy, charcoal, grey suits.
 

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Originally Posted by Slickman
Whats the difference between the whisky and the saddle, I can't really tell from the picture. I currently have a black italian oxford wingtip and an antique cognac budapest oxford, both U, both calf, and was looking to get an old english II in cordovan, which color shade would you suggest I go with next, looking for something that goes well with navy, charcoal, grey suits.

whiskey is more yellow based and saddle is more orange, i think both would be ok but they are also quite light to mid tones too
 

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Originally Posted by Slickman
Whats the difference between the whisky and the saddle, I can't really tell from the picture. I currently have a black italian oxford wingtip and an antique cognac budapest oxford, both U, both calf, and was looking to get an old english II in cordovan, which color shade would you suggest I go with next, looking for something that goes well with navy, charcoal, grey suits.

For dark suits, I'd go with cigar, dark brown, a classic bordeaux.
 

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