cmoore

New Member
An interesting shade. Perhaps pared with a palest-grey summer suit? At a daytime wedding? In Miami?
Hah, not quite as bad as Miami Vice fashion, but yeah. A really light suit might suit them for me. I'm not really a blue shoe guy, though, but I just can't imagine these with my dark navy. I'd totally dig them in daytime for someone a little more flamboyant though.

I was thinking it was funny that this is a non japanese shoes thread and the color reminds me of a pretty classic Japanese color. I have pens a very similar color.
 

eagle2250

Connoisseur/Curmudgeon Emeritus - Moderator
^^
Those green beauties in post #467 are indeed quite magnificent, but alas, I am not sure a retiree would have much opportunity to wear such. It's probably just as well, for I doubt that I could afford them.. I'll just look at them and dream! ;)
 

RogerP

Connoisseur
Flashback to my first pair of St. Crispin's. The fitting was undertaken by personally Phillip Car at a LeatherFoot trunk show (and photo credit goes to LF also). Two small adjustments were made to the classic last. And the result remains, for me, a truly sublime set of chukkas with bespoke-level (very good bespoke, that is) level of fit and comfort.



 

StephenRG

Honors Member
A French company I'd not heard of before - JM Legazel. Their thing is patination. As I think their overall offering is what is amazing - at least, in regards to their patination - rather than any one style of shoe, here's a link to their collection, rather than my selecting a single shoe. (FWIW my attention was drawn to them by JF today who posted a pic of a pair of patina'ed pink boots. As I responded on his FB page, just because you can doesn't mean you should.)

("Suivant" means "next" or "following")
 
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