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Brogues men

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Best seller at Mad Fly Essentials - Mens Leather Tassel Loafers Pointed Toe British Style Vintage Carving Wingtips Brogue Shoes Size Tips: - The size in the shoes is Chinese size; Our US size is not standard US size; - You should choose the size according to your foot length - Insole Length = Foot length +(0-2cm).

Men Vintage Tassel British Pointed Leather Brogue Loafers Size Tips: - The size in the shoes is Chinese size; Our US size is not standard US size; - You should choose the size according to your foot length - Insole Length = Foot length +(0-2cm). View more

The five super essential shoes that can make or break your look and are a fashion necessity for every guy!

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Antonio Meccariello Brown Lucius Model Wingtip Semi Brogue Oxford Shoe

DEShellvidge shares his Antonio Meccariello brown lucius model wingtip semi brogue oxford shoe which he cares for with Pure Polish Light Brown Cream Polish, Light Brown Paste Wax Polish, and High Shine Wax Polish. He pairs them with Bresciani 1970 brown and navy socks and Spier Mackay trousers.

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Macho Moda - Blog de Moda Masculina: 5 Tendências Masculinas que continuam em alta pra 2016

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1930s Men's Shoe Styles, Art Deco Era Footwear

For work and office, the Oxford was still the only men's 1930s shoe -- however, it became much fancier in the 1930s. Small perforated holes called broguing appeared on the shoes. In the beginning, some featured a design just on the toe, while others were just around the edging. By the mid 1930s, however, broguing