The Gaziano & Girling Oxford is an elegant cap toe that has been a staple since day one. We just received a small reorder of this most classic of shoes.
If I’ve said it once I’ve said it a hundred times no RTW shoe fits and supports the foot like a G&G shoe, period.
The Oxford in Black Calf on the GG06 Last*
We received these new Gaziano & Girling Made to Order pairs this week, which were dispatched, immediately to our client in Oklahoma. We’re confident that he’ll enjoy them a great deal. A finer shoe cannot be found in Tulsa, other than his pairs of Corthay, Edward Green, Rider, and Alden we’ve sent him.
Hayes in Vintage Oak TG73 Last Oak Bark Soles – MTO*
Windsor in Vintage Rioja TG73 Last Oak Bark Soles – MTO*
Mitchell in Vintage Cedar TG73 Last Oak Bark Soles – MTO*
*MTO footwear is not part of our stock lines, they are Made To Order.
Gaziano & Girling wingtips have an elegance to them that many wingtips lack. I think these two models bear that point out very nicely.
Rothschild TG73 Last, Vintage Oak – MTO
Connaught TG73 Last, Black Calf – MTO
I’ve written recently about men buying shoes for their birthdays, well there is another occasion that ranks right up there and that of course is the wedding. Here is a list of shoes that were purchased to be worn to weddings either by the grooms or the guests.
Artioli – 06M090 in Black Calf & Lama
Gaziano & Girling – Westbury in Dark Oak
J.M. Weston-436 in Black Calf
Edward Green – Perth in Burnt Pine
Gaziano & Girling – Mitchell in Black Calf
Church’s – Diplomat in Brown Nevada Calf
Church’s – Consul in Black Calf
While I’m on the subject it’s interesting that in every case the grooms chose the brown shoes and the guests chose the black shoes. This suggests to me that men do not want to appear under dressed at another’s important social event (which is a good thing) and that more men are taking a fresh and less formal approach to their own weddings (also a good thing). And isn’t brown the new black anyway?