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guys i was in a club and i saw this guy wearing what looked like fancy luxury house slippers in the black velvet. however his were a propper shoe and had a higher tongue- ie they didnt look like slippers.

does anyone know what i mean. is there a term for this type of formal shoe, and what makes do them

cheers
 

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Originally Posted by masterpp
guys i was in a club and i saw this guy wearing what looked like fancy luxury house slippers in the black velvet. however his were a propper shoe and had a higher tongue- ie they didnt look like slippers.

does anyone know what i mean. is there a term for this type of formal shoe, and what makes do them

cheers


They are called Albert slippers and all the better British makers offer them.
 

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