Discussion in 'Grooming and Style' started by Burgundy, Aug 1, 2016.

  1. Godfather

    Godfather Forum GOD!

    lookin good!
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  2. Cat_man_do

    Cat_man_do Well-Known Member

    Have you the name of said shop? I could do with a pair of Church's but I'm loath to pay Regent St prices.
  3. Godfather

    Godfather Forum GOD!

    Gordon Scott. Wait for sales!!
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  4. Rufusdog

    Rufusdog Veteran

    For dress I have 2 pairs of black Church Diplomats and one pair of black Bally. For smart casual I have 1pair of tan Chiurch brogues and 1 pair of burgundy Church brogues. For real casual I have a pair of black cherry Lucchese ropers, a pair of brown Seibel chuka boots and a pair of tan Eccos. When I'm wearing shorts I mostly have on a pair of Keen Newport H2O sandals, but sometimes a pair of Sperry Top Siders.
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  5. Northam Saint

    Northam Saint Legendary Member

    Sperry Top Sliders, very comfy, love mine.
  6. Burgundy

    Burgundy Forum GOD!

    I spent the day in and around Savile Row, Jermyn St etc. getting suited and booted for my upcoming (impending?) wedding.

    Naturally, shoes were far more interesting than the suit itself - although once it's been finished that'll be lovely. I spent a fair while in Cheaney before eventually deciding on a lovely pair from Crockett & Jones:

    Now - any suggestions for shirts and ties?
    Last edited: Oct 27, 2016
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  7. UKRob

    UKRob Legendary Member

    For your wedding shirt try No 1 Jermyn St., Gieves & Hawkes - the quality is superb and a great range of different fits. The extra cost is really worthwhile.
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  8. Burgundy

    Burgundy Forum GOD!

    Cheers for the recommendation! My work shirts are all TM Lewin/Charles Tyrwhitt but will be looking for something special (but no need to be bespoke)!
  9. barberbob

    barberbob Über Member

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  10. Redd

    Redd A Right Member

    Just make sure you buy a shirt with the right collar for the tie/knot you're going to be wearing. Also, think about armbands to keep your shirt cuff to suit sleeve levels in check.
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