Sunday, 10 January 2010

Shoe Collection

Back row (l-r): Brown wholecuts by Dune; black One Collection ‘Chance’ by Jones; brown One Collection ‘Step’ by Jones; black tassel loafers by Church’s; grey suede and leather two tone by Russell & Bromley; mid brown shoes by Zara; light brown Chelsea boots by Zara

Middle row (l-r): Black pointed shoes by Zara; black punchcap Oxfords by New & Lingwood; tan punchcap Oxfords by New & Lingwood; cream punchcap Oxfords by Grenson; patent shoes by Zara; black and peanut patent/leather co-respondent shoes by Dune; black canvas/leather co-respondent shoes by Dune

Front row (l-r): White shoes by TopMan; brown deck shoes by Austin Reed; oxblood double monkstraps by Nunes Correa; grey and white detail leather shoes by Zara; brown suede shoes by Nunes Correa; brown leather/canvas co-respondent shoes by Dune; brown and black leather wholecuts by Dune; patent leather Oxfords by Church’s

My collection of shoes, not counting seasonal casuals, is the focus of an article coming soon to my column at Mensflair.


Aaron Brown said...

very dapper! i love the grey ones and all the black patent leather ones.

harps said...

only one pair of boots? I am sorely disappointed Winston. Boots are one of winters greatest pleasures!

Antonio said...

The dandy in me says the Trickers tassel loafers!

Puje said...

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Anonymous said...

No shoetrees?

Anonymous said...

These are mostly high street brands and to me don't really constitute a proper shoe collection.

Highlights are the Church's tassels, Grensons and the N&L's. The Church's really are classics. Would be good to see them in suede.

The colour schemes of those Dune spectators are dubious at best.

+1 on the no shoe trees. What's going on?

AFJ said...

No bespoke? What's the point then?

WinstonC said...

I am afraid a young London executives salary does not stretch to bespoke shoes. I would if I could, but I can't.