I have a question, I have this Corneliani button up shirt, but I would like to ask what fabric it was made.
Is this pique cotton, Oxford or Royal Oxford material?
It is not visible on photos (how could be), but material shines when is moving.
Thank you in advance.
They'd already waned significantly during the various ownership changes from the '80's on, seems to be the verdict here. Then of course last year's BK and fire sale. Still, the selection over those years had a pretty decent range of stylings and I'd picked up several quite nice...
I got my hands on a black pair of Oxford shoes with safety toe cap. They have leather sole and lining. But I can't identify the shoemaker.
What I can get from the plured writings: "permacounter. ****Some word with losya ending***** Medical Research Laboratory"
And on the other shoe...
Was wondering if anyone had any experience regarding the creasing of wholecut oxfords. Does it become unsightly, would anyone not suggest spending 500 to 700 hundred on them if the creases decrease the beauty of the shoe. Does it depend on the quality of the leather? I would plan to wear them 2...
I have rather difficult to fit feet. For this reason I think St. Crispin's MTO program with the personal last option is perfect for me.
I'm looking to get a pair of versatile boots and wanted some advice on selecting a suitable style, colour, leather and out-sole material.
I have a Gitman Vintage oxford shirt with a box pleat in the center of the back. It makes the back of the shirt billow out (the front side fits well). Can I remove the pleat without ruining the shirt? If so, how?
I am a big fan of Oxford shoes. However, the ones I find that catch my eye, are ALWAYS the most expensive.
Is there a brand that is nominally priced (say, under $200??) that makes a quality Oxford?
Thanks in advance!