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Dress Shoes & Boots

The shoemaking history of these vendors, Edward Green, John Lobb, and Kiton, is remarkable. This selection of Dress Shoes, Loafers, Suedes, Monks, & Boots offers an historic look, traditionally made with a contemporary vision.

Edward Green Banbury

As part of Edward Green's Country Collection, the Banbury features heavier construction details, particularly on the soles. The double rubber Vibram Gumlite bottom and the fuller 202 last, which allows... Learn More

$ 1,595.00

Edward Green Belgravia In Mocha Suede

A classic tassel loafer with it's signature side plaiting, is a smart and distinctive take on this preppy staple. Featured in a rich mocha suede on the 184D last. Shoe... Learn More

$ 1,395.00

Edward Green Camden Boot In Black Suede

The jodhpur boot and its close cousin, the Chelsea boot was originally designed as riding boots back in the late 1800's following the introduction of the ankle length riding pant,... Learn More

$ 1,595.00

Edward Green Camden Boot In Clove Suede

The jodhpur boot and its close cousin, the Chelsea boot was originally designed as riding boots back in the late 1800's following the introduction of the ankle length riding pant,... Learn More

$ 1,595.00

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Edward Green Chartwell In Berry Red Suede

Edward Green Chartwell In Berry Red Suede

It's hard to find favorites in the exquisite collection of Edward Green shoes. Having said that, the Chartwell in berry red suede, in our opinion, needs mentioning. A single monk... Learn More

$ 750.00

-$ 1,395.00

Edward Green Chartwell In Burgundy Antique

The Chartwell in the well-burnished burgundy leather is a beautiful and versatile shoe that should fit in any man's wardrobe. A single monk with a raised toe cap and double... Learn More

$ 1,395.00

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Edward Green Chartwell in Forrest Green

Edward Green Chartwell in Forrest Green

The Chartwell is a single monk strap shoe with a raised toe cap, double thick soles in a tasteful green suede that speaks of both fashion and classic style with... Learn More

$ 700.00

-$ 1,395.00

Edward Green Chelsea In Mocha Suede

Edward Green Chelsea cap toe lace-up in a rich mocha suede. Featured on an 82D last. These will compliment your wardrobe for years to come. Edward Green shoe trees included.... Learn More

$ 1,395.00

Edward Green Dover in Dark Oak

This Norwegian aproned derby has long been an Edward Green icon. Each pair is hand-sewn with a boar's bristle needle, one of shoe-making's most intricate crafts. Pictured in Dark Oak.... Learn More

$ 1,395.00

Edward Green Dover In Mocha Suede

Edward Green started his eponymous company in 1890 and began making handcrafted shoes for the English gentleman. He soon developed a reputation for making the finest shoes available to buy,... Learn More

$ 1,395.00

Edward Green Galway In Chestnut

As part of the Edward Green Country collection, this 6" Galway boot features a well burnished chestnut calf skin vamp with a tobacco suede upper. The double thickness sole is... Learn More

$ 1,595.00

Edward Green Galway In Dark Oak

As part of the Edward Green Country collection, this 6" Galway boot features a well burnished dark oak calf skin vamp with a walnut pebble grain country calf upper. The... Learn More

$ 1,595.00

Edward Green Galway In Midnight Shade

As part of the Edward Green Country collection, this 6" Galway boot features a well burnished night shade or burgundy calf skin vamp with a berry red suede upper. The... Learn More

$ 1,595.00

Edward Green Galway in Rosewood Country Calf

This iconic boot has been made since at least the 1930s when Edward Green was the leading maker of officers' boots for the British military. It remains a stalwart, equally... Learn More

$ 1,595.00

Edward Green Hove In Dark Oak

The Hove is a single monk strap shoe with broguing or decorative perforations on both wing tip and strap tabs in a well burnished calf leather. The elastic attached to... Learn More

$ 1,395.00

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Edward Green Hove In Night Shade

Edward Green Hove In Night Shade

The Hove is a single monk strap shoe with broguing or decorative perforations on both wing tip and strap tabs in a well burnished calf leather. The elastic attached to... Learn More

From:$ 850.00

-$ 1,395.00

Edward Green Mercer

The Mercer is a single monk strap shoe with very clean lines made in an elegant mocha suede. The elastic attached to the buckle adds significantly to the comfort and... Learn More

$ 1,395.00

Edward Green Newmarket

The jodhpur boot and its close cousin, the Chelsea boot was originally designed as riding boots back in the late 1800's following the introduction of the ankle length riding pant,... Learn More

$ 1,595.00

  • Before Measuring

    To get the most accurate measurements, stand in a relaxed and natural posture. This is how you stand at an evening-long cocktail party, not how you pose in front of a mirror.

    Unless otherwise directed, hold the measuring tape firmly, but not tightly, against the skin. It’s also fine to measure over a T-shirt, but anything bulkier will distort results.

    It is ok to round up to the nearest half-inch, but please do not include additional inches (unless otherwise directed). Different measurements have different standards for additional inches of fabric—we will account for those.

    Standard shirt sizes (S, M, L, etc.) offer a useful starting point—see the size chart below for reference. Take note of any issues you have with your normal size, and direct extra attention to these measurements. For example, if you typically wear a size Large but often find your sleeves a bit too short, your arms might actually be 36 inches long. Let us know, and we’ll get your custom fit just right. Next we’ll cover how to conduct each measurement.

    Collar 141/2 15 151/2 16 161/2 17 171/2 18 181/2 19
    Shape 32 -4 34 -4 36 -4 38 -4 40 -4 42 -4 44 -4 46 -4 48 -4 50 -4
    Yoke 16
    161/2
    17
    171/2
    18
    181/2
    19
    191/2
    20
    201/2
    Cuff
    91/4
    91/2
    93/4
    10
    101/4
    101/2
    103/4
    11
    111/4
    111/2
    Tail 30 30 31 31 32 32 32 33 33 33
    Size S S M M L L XL XL XXL XXL
    Sleeve
    331/2
    331/2
    341/2
    341/2
    351/2
    351/2
    361/2
    361/2
    361/2
    361/2
  • Step 1: The Collar

    Lay the measuring tape just above the collarbone, measuring the circumference of the neck and leaving enough slack in the tape to fit one finger (~¼ inch) between the tape and skin.

  • Step 2: The Sleeve

    With arms relaxed and at one’s side (natural bend is ok), measure from the top of the spine (where the neck meets the back) to the tip of the shoulder, continuing down the arm, and stopping midway between the wrist and the thumb’s MP joint (middle of the thumb’s three joints). Sleeve length is a difficult self-measurement, so it may be helpful also to measure the length of a shirtsleeve known to fit well. Measure the shirt the same way as before: middle of the collar to the seam of the shoulder, continuing down to the tip of the cuff. For a shirt you primarily intend to wear with a coat, add ¼ inch to this measurement so that the cuff will show appropriately.

  • Step 3: The Chest

    Place the measuring tape level with the sternum, measuring the circumference of the chest. This measurement should be firm—not leaving slack like the collar, but not constricting the chest either.

  • Step 4: The Abdomen

    This measurement is identical to the chest, except that the tape should be placed two inches above the navel.

  • Step 5: The Shoulders

    The shoulders are measured similarly to the sleeves. The tape measure should make a line, point-to-point, from the tip of one shoulder to the other, with the top of the spine as the middle point. Shoulder shape and slope can vary—those with sloping shoulders or high, almost shrugging shoulders should make a note in the “Custom Sizing Preferences” section.