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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Do The Drapes Match The Curtains? Fabric Covering Your Shoes With Trouser Fabric

I have never seen a pair of wool fabric covered shoes in the flesh, but I must say, I can think of a few applications where it would look rather nice. The shoes shown below come from a German client of Holland And Sherry named Stephan Goerner. The shoes are made using a pin stripe wool. Goerner is not the only person to champion wool covered shoes. I am told that Marc Guyot , located on the Rue Pasquier in the Paris' 8th arrondisement, also offers an interesting array of shoes, some of which have been used with wool in their two tones.

Regardless of whether you do or don't wish your drapes to match your curtains, perhaps it's a seed that might be sown for a future visit to your tailor if he offers a shoe service.

Although I believe the brown here is suede, these Marc Guyot two tone shoes have been made using wool in the past.

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