brogue


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brogue

Oxford pattern shoe with decorative perforations of the upper
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I'm always hunting down good brogues for a bargain price.
Functional brogue detailing decreases weight and provides breathability.
All are available in size 40-46, and come in black with an alternative option of brown for the Brogue shoe and Chelsea boot.
Renowned for their craftsmanship, the O'Keeffe designers explain that the brogue came about when workers would punch holes into their shoes for drainage during wet weather conditions.
BROGUE BRIGADE IF you're bored of ballet pumps, brogues are this season's alternative if you love stomping around in flats.
She belongs to Bill Kirby, who owns the Brogue Inn in Tralee, and we might bring her back here for a winner's race in a fortnight's time,' he added.
This deal with the WRU means the Brogue Trader shere in Cardiff, but we have nationwide ambitions and this new deal with the WRU is the perfect launch-pad for us," said The Brogue Trader managing director Chris Macnamara.
We took lovable Brogue on several walkies during our weekend stay, and neither he nor Rosie ever got bored.
uk's Laurel brogue shoes in black patent are just pounds 18.
Though Jennifer McMahon reads this darkly mysterious and gripping mystery primarily with an Irish brogue, she slides into Nora's distinctly American accent with ease.
His manner is as jovial as ever, the quips coming out in the easy brogue of his native Northern Ireland.
It's nice sometimes to do silly things that are not necessarily taking your clothes off," Cumming admits in a relaxed Scottish brogue.