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Posts by FrankCowperwood

I also find it interesting that people are so fixed on certain maker's shell offerings and the worry about the shell shortage. Sure there's a shortage of shell if the minimum run is 6 or 8 and especially 18 or 20. But Rancourt and several others will do one at a time (and I have to assume that it helps that Rancourt is even essentially dying certain colors to order). I understand that people want a given style shoe and are attached to certain brands, but they are missing...
Yup. Espresso looks a little darker, but considering the variations in a given shell color and Rancourt's inhouse dying I think you need to increase your n = for a truly scientific comparison. :-)
What does this mean "too many pants?" (jk ;-))
Hmmm... @Synthese's Echo boot looks very good. I'm keeping an eye out for the voting to begin.
Glad it was a good time. Hope you sold a few ties too! And in re. the winter sale. If you don't have the Wodehouse denim tweed, it is a lovely lovely tie. That vintage silk is nice too. Plan to give it a first wear shortly.
@Cotton Dockers I like it. Looks very cozy. NBs fit the vibe. @An Acute Style You went for the sweater double AND the plaid double (including the argyles). :-) Bold!
To my understanding it is pulverized rock and calcareous marine matter... Can't recall the last time I've seen similar.:-)They are fantastic!Also I should say that the burnished calf is beautiful. Soft, supple, and with a really fine grain that makes the creasing subtle.I don't think we see much made up in it in this thread. Probably viewed as too dressy or not durable enough. But it is super classy.
Oliver Spencer/Seawall/Epaulet/A Kind of Guise/Rancourt
Recent Oliver Spencer Alpha jersey photo
I ordered a M. Same as IM. I think the SNS stark I have from last year is a L.
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