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A dark brown leather belt. Unless you're going to match the shade exactly(which means you should have commisioned a belt made from the same suede by the shoemaker), don't stress too much about matching belts and shoes.
My warboner had never been as strong as it was after watching that fight.
I'd say stick with the dainite if you were purchasing a wet weather shoe. With all of the rain in Brisbane recently I have also decided to buy a dedicated wet weather shoe, and I've also entertained the idea of resoling my R.M.W's with the factory brass screwed rubber sole and reserve it for beater use, since that's generally how I treat them anyway.
Too many people on SF spending all of their disposable income on Wangs these days...
From what I can see from that the fit looks great. Details on the buttons and the handwork? The price point is fantastic, looking forward to photos with better lighting.
Hahaha I didn't mean I wanted it to change JUST FOR ME, just wasn't sure what was going on with all of the upcoming changes. Thankyou for the heads up.I was hoping I could get away with it, that peacoat looks so damn fine. Thanks for the info anyway Nereis.
Any word on future changes to the peacoat? I'm going to be ordering one soon for Winter down here, but I just want to be sure I don't order one only to have a more refined iteration come out a month later Southern Hemisphere Edition:
Because runway stuff = things people actually wear right? inb4 moar man-children jumping on the bandwagon.
I work for R&B, so feel free to take anything I say with a grain of salt, but there is a lot wrong with this post.R&B suits are half-canvassed, made in Turkey. They are supposedly made in the same factory as Z Zegna and other brands, but that doesn't mean the quality is on par with Z Zegna.Fabric is often Loro Piana, and sometimes other mills but always clearly marked on the inside of the jacket. There are two cuts at R&B, a slim, and regular.I'm not a fan of the suits...
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