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DIY 2 Ingredient Leather Cleaner and Conditioner

DIY 2 Ingredient Leather Cleaner and Conditioner You need: 1/2 cup of Olive Oil 3/4 cup of white vinegar Spray bottle rags


Camel wool and cashmere-blend felt Button fastenings through double-breasted front 80% wool, 20% cashmere; trim: 100% leather (Calf); lining: 50% viscose, 50% acetate Dry clean



Most surviving women's shoes of the 18th century are made with fabric uppers. These have been collected for their silk patterns, but they only represent indoor footwear. Traversing the muddy streets of London in the days before tarmac and pavements required something much more durable on the foot. This very shapely pair of leather shoes were meant for outdoor wear, although given their excellent condition, they were probably only worn in the short and well-swept space between carriage and…


Our classic 1461 shoe reinvented in Patent lamper in a tapered, sleek look. Made with our signature Goodyear welt, where the upper and sole are heat-sealed and sewn together. Care Instruction: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Do not use a leather cleaner on this material as this may dull or damage the finish.


gray tweed jacket. blue cashmere sweater. white oxford. jeans. light brown brogues. leather messenger bag. clean. crisp. casual. style.