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Allen Edmonds Bourbon & Merlot Collection Sale: Mcallister Wingtip Oxfords EXPIRED

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Allen Edmonds has their Men's Bourbon & Merlot Collection Dress Shoes (various styles) on sale for $249 each. Shipping is free. Thanks cathodical

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Thank you for passing this along. I wish they had the v-tread or dainite soles and I'd be all over it.
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Thank you for passing this along. I wish they had the v-tread or dainite soles and I'd be all over it.
The soles can be customized on a few of these. Standard $40 fee applies though
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Have both colors, beautiful shoes.
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Good deal on the McAllister. The merlot is a good and cheap alternative to the shell Cordovan Cambridge
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hmm... what's a good style that can be worn with a suit or jeans?
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hmm... what's a good style that can be worn with a suit or jeans?
I personally like broguing. For me, I'd go for the McAllister with the Chili color for dark jeans or Walnut with the lighter jeans. McAllister (or even the Strand) are a bit more formal and will work well with suits.

If possible and to your taste, the Daltons (boot version of the McAllisters) are GREAT for jeans AND suits. The lowest price I've seen them new is $299 without coupons.
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Are there any deals on a merlot belt? I have a pair of merlot park aves for the last year that I've never worn Bc i don't have a matching belt and i refuse to pay $150 retail for a belt
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The Cornwallis is very attractive at this price...can't change the sole but for $249 I'm okay with that. Hmmmmm...
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Are there any deals on a merlot belt? I have a pair of merlot park aves for the last year that I've never worn Bc i don't have a matching belt and i refuse to pay $150 retail for a belt
I was in the same boat for awhile but I'd look for any burgundy colored dress belt on the market. the color will be so similar that nobody will notice; even when i look in the mirror it's hard to tell because your shoes aren't right next to your belt. I own 3 pairs of AEs in different colors and none of their belts, but perfectly satisfied with the almost match in every case
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Merlot and Bourbon 5th Ave's also have the discount!!!
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I need a solid dress work shoe. Something black as I already have a really nice brown pair. Any advice?
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I need a solid dress work shoe. Something black as I already have a really nice brown pair. Any advice?
Depends on the work setting and your taste. A classic, but conservative, pick is a cap toe Oxford like the Park Ave. Wear them to work with slacks or to a wedding with a tux. I'd wait for a sale or go with a different brand though. I have a pair of Park Ave's and also a pair of Johnston and Murphy Georgetown II's which I think are better than the Park Ave's. Couldn't tell you about other brands, I have wide feet so my choices are limited (and I'm not willing to pay more than $200-$300 on work/dress shoes).
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I personally like broguing. For me, I'd go for the McAllister with the Chili color for dark jeans or Walnut with the lighter jeans. McAllister (or even the Strand) are a bit more formal and will work well with suits.

If possible and to your taste, the Daltons (boot version of the McAllisters) are GREAT for jeans AND suits. The lowest price I've seen them new is $299 without coupons.

https://gyazo.com/6256311c61d1ff6...cfbca3c3a7

Recently ordered dalton for $117.
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