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Back to try your patience with still more tan loafers!!

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polyhymnia Wed 17-Apr-13 16:13:13

Looking for a tan loafer and have already asked for views on one idea I had - which confirmed my own feelings they weren't right.

Since then, and after helpful suggestions, have researched the question in depth and would be glad of views - and preferences - between these:

www.russellandbromley.co.uk/flats/pro-drive/invt/122248/

and:
www.duoboots.com/ladies-shoes/tan-leather/seine/d/

They are both the sort of quality and price I'm looking for - ie not Clarks but not as pricy as Tods.

Want classic but not modern, and no styles with the horsy metal 'double trims' or whatever they're called across the front, please.

cardoon Wed 17-Apr-13 16:21:07

I prefer no.1...especially for summer as they look a lot lighter.

no.2 nice, but more autumnal smile

superfluouscurves Wed 17-Apr-13 16:32:09

I love the Russell and Bromley ones!

polyhymnia Wed 17-Apr-13 16:39:51

Thanks for views so far - btw, I meant 'classic but modern' NOT ' 'classic but not modern'!

cardoon Wed 17-Apr-13 16:43:22

Wasn't showing a lot of enthusiasm in my post but I too love the R&B ones grin

Repunsal Wed 17-Apr-13 19:38:11

Definitely the first ones as I was actually looking at that very pair this morning! Very classic and chic.

fififolle Wed 17-Apr-13 20:16:54

The first ones are gorgeous and look ideal for spring. The second ones are too heavy.

polyhymnia Wed 17-Apr-13 20:43:21

Great - we all seem agreed. Off to try them tomorrow.

polyhymnia Wed 17-Apr-13 20:52:45

Should have said thanks too to slipshodsibyl who recommended them on my earlier thread on this subject !

slipshodsibyl Wed 17-Apr-13 20:55:48

Can't believe I've been useful in Style and Beauty! A first for me!

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