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Where do you live? And how formal is your office? What kind of outerwear you'll need for work will depend on these two things.   You can browse this thread to check out some of the classic outerwear styles: http://www.styleforum.net/t/332290/the-official-classic-mens-coats-thread/0_100   You can also check a few related articles at Put This...
For the most comfortable, classic shoes, you best bets are 1) suede, and 2) rubber soles; ideally both :) Any of the shoe makers that you'd read about on this forum make them, check out for example Meermin or Loake given your budget.
When I was in their Seattle store last weekend, I was told that the new collection will launch will be in the store on Sep 8.
I would try contacting your shipping company.   Similar thing happened to me in an opposite direction a few months ago: Carmina has sent my shoes, and the Fedex tracking page said that the package is waiting for customs clearance for about 2 weeks. When I called them, it turned out that the package has never reached the (Canadian) customs and the tracking page had wrong info. They actually lost track of the package somewhere along the way in the US. Fedex then declared...
 
Thank you! I agree about the monks actually - in my mind a pair of brown calf half-brogue oxfords would have been perfect. But I am working with what I have for the moment.
 Thank you! My rule is that as long as there is no break in the back, I can have one break in the front.  Thanks a lot! It did rain a bit this week indeed, but the weekend and next week should be nice and sunny. In any case, I bet you are used to some rain from Sweden :)
Spring tie weather in Vancouver    
Depending on your lifestyle, the recommendations would be different, but a good bet is that you'll need a black oxford captoe sooner than later.   Black cap-toe oxford:   After that, it is up to you. Check out a good article on the topic here: http://putthison.com/post/27558524428/the-seven-shoe-wardrobe-the-longer-i-write-about   As to the makers, it depends on what's available where you live and your budget. If you are in the US, a good first choice is Allen...
US size 38L is size 94 in Europe, 40L is 98.
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