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Mousseline de soie is between organza and chiffon or voile. It has a crisper hand than your square presents. "Mousseline" is basically "muslin" in French, so that should give you an idea of the difference.
It's rare to see silk voile used for a pocket square. More often it's used for ladies garments and accessories—hankies, dresses, etc.
It would be great for a Laibach concert. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDsZpW0cnS8
The only distilled water I know of is readily available in stores. It can be had as cheaply as 79¢/gal. Setting up your own distillation process could be daunting. Be every careful with steam and tailored clothing!
I doubt that PS will take the shoes back if you've worn them.While I don't know what the problem with fit is, it might take some breaking in. I also don't know of anything that can be sewn inside the shoe, but there is a product that can stick to your feet.http://www.drscholls.com/products/MoleskinPlusPadding
Thanks.Ah, I see about the custom fees. I thought they might hold the shoes hostage, so when they arrived DHL without a customs charge I was under the impression I'd lucked out.
I have the Winchelsea on the 100 and the Belgravia on the 184*EDIT - I checked my 184s from Stanley Korshak and they are on the D last. I picked up the Picadilly from Edwards in a 9.5/10 E width. I tried them on and they are definitely a bit too wide. Heel slippage without any break in..
I ordered a pair of EGs from Edwards on Tuesday and they arrived via DHL today. I was not charged custom fees.Not that I won't pay my taxes come April!
The shipping is lightning fast for the UK. I ordered my EGs on Tuesday and they arrived at my office today. DHL was the carrier and I paid no duties.
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