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Discussion in 'Andy's Fashion Forum' started by LookinSharp24, Sep 12, 2017.
Is it still Grenson?
Crockett & Jones?
i think its a mix...perhaps the Paul Stuart English made ones are C&J, and the Stuart's Choice, Grenson One. Certainly, the split toe apron boots currently on the sale section are C&J. A bargain at $220 if you use the 15% off coupon when registering for the Paul Stuart website bundled with the sale....
The 15% discount only works with regularly priced merchandise.
Crockett & Jones has made them in the past but I'm not sure now.
no it doesnt..it says it only works with full priced march but it work for me when i bought in the sale this week:
Item Sku Qty Subtotal
Split Toe Apron Boot
4146562BGR-517722 1 $269.75
Shipping & Handling $0.00
Discount (Thank you for subscribing) -$40.46
Grand Total $229.29
.......and the apron boots are definitely C&J.
Well that certainly worked in your favor!
According to what I have heard from the staff at the New York store, there is a new creative director for shoes, under whose orders the current renovation sale is taking place, selling off stock from suppliers with whom Stuart's is not planning on doing business in the future, and/or just clearing the decks.
Judging from what I've seen of the new stock of shoes, I would say that much of it is re-branded Crockett & Jones, insofar as their English-sourced shoes are concerned.
I will say that there were selections of styles that never made it to the website that were a part of the sale, giving those of us with access to the brick-and-mortar store some advantage over e-tail consumers.
I wonder who they will go with for their Stuart's Choice or limited line, or even if they will continue with those lines.
Any guesses as to who makes the ones above?
Does the fact that they "fit true to US size" give anything away?
Shoes, such as Paul Stuart's, are US sized regardless of the country of origin.
Of course, there are always issues with a particular last and how that fits someone's foot so as always, there is. I substitute for trying the shoes on in person.