|My newest Stubbs & Wootton - paired with |
simple grey worsted wool trousers.
I thought I might share something a bit more personal as part of our continuing series of posts here about men's (and sometimes women's) fashion.
If you are a follower of mine on Instagram, you'll have noticed a series of images that I've been posting over the last several months of my unending delight with my own footwear.
So, yes. I collect shoes. But, as vices go . . . it really could be much, much worse.
So, now without any further ado . . . I give you . . . my feet.
|My very first pair of Stubbs & Wootton - from about 20 years ago . . . paired |
with a classic pair of "Nantucket Red" pants.
|One of my newer obsessions - Belgian Loafer . . . in navy denim.|
|Needlepoint Stubbs & Wootton - purchased last summer in New York after a |
particularly tough day on a client's installation.
|Needlepoint "Bees" from Stubbs & Wootton. Including a |
shot of the needlepoint botanical rug in my study.
|going 'old school' with some LL Bean rain shoes.|
|One of my favourite pairs of Stubbs & Wootton - a Christmas |
present from my Mom a few years ago.
|A little more from the 'old school' department - vintage Tretorns while |
working on a project in Pebble Beach this last winter.
|Sturdy 'double monk straps' from Crockett & Jones in |
London. A regular stop when I'm traveling in England.
|Something a little subversive . . . also from Stubbs & Wootton.|
|Some of the family. Crockett and Jones. Ralph Lauren. Stubbs & Wootton.|
|And a quick shot from showcase house this Spring. There's nothing quite like construction booties to keep you grounded. lol.|