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Most forum softwares offer the option of either allowing or declining search bots. I've allowed them on my little Finnish forum as the level of dress up here North is discouraging. English language forums abound and I'm sure The London Lounge keeps a small profile to attract only those who're serious about tailoring. To call them addicts would be naughty, but it really is an addiction of sorts if one won't settle for the modest prices.
Copy-pasting from the shoe porn thread.Today I've no flabbergasting triple-soled, Norvegese-welted and smoke machine-enhanced Italian handicrafts to share. I thought these photos would merely help the man pondering about Cheaney's Jackie III model and the last's shape. They also show how Cheaney has improved its wares under the new Church's leadership. I feel the lasts are more contoured, the waists definitely shapelier and I do like this particular suede: smooth, fine...
Today I've no flabbergasting triple-soled, Norvegese-welted and smoke machine-enhanced Italian handicrafts to share. I thought these photos would merely help the man pondering about Cheaney's Jackie III model and the last's shape. They also show how Cheaney has improved its wares under the new Church's leadership. I feel the lasts are more contoured, the waists definitely shapelier and I do like this particular suede: smooth, fine nap, springs back to its shape after...
I've typed so many times before and will type again: Edward Green's lasts and proportions are astounding. There's so much win going on that it's hard to describe in other terms. Harmony and proportion, fit and finish, EG has it all.
chinngiskhaan, you can always put 'uncle' Mac on your block list. I'm sure you're not the only member who's bored to see Aldens on every tenth post or so.
chinngiskhaan, you can always put 'uncle' Mac on your block list. I'm sure you're not the only member who's bored to see Aldens on every tenth post or so.
Not a pair of mine but I decided to share the pictures as there aren't many of Aubercy's bespoke pairs on SF. These have very strong lines which differ from the owner's usual orders. Perhaps some of our French members can chime in whether the pair represents Aubercy's house style.
bengal: are these '90s models made by Edward Green for Wildsmith?
^I didn't want to roast the man as I've no insight into the details. I've only read about these pre-paid and never-delivered orders so I asked him what happened and whether all accounts have been settled. He had this to say: 'One thing I have learnt over the years is that the Internet can be a great for marketing and a powerful tool to build a client base and reputation. However, depending on the website owner’s or blogger’s intentions, it can also be incredibly damaging....
DougEfresh414, that one's a Gladstone bag. Likely too heavy for everyday office use but just the thing for overnight stays, weekend trips and general travel. These are very expensive even with machine-sewing, even more so with lock-stitch seams. Heirloom pieces in the true sense of the word. I'd fight my sister over one of these any day.
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