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Hi guys, I wanted to ask if you know of any retailers in London that stock Alfred Sargent shoes? Seeing all the beautiful pictures in this thread makes me want to check them out in person next time I'll go there.
I can't speak from personal experience, but according to this thread (http://www.styleforum.net/t/94886/ralph-lauren-lines-and-who-makes-what-a-definitive-guide/0_100), albeit a bit old, RLBL shoes are made by Crockett&Jones, which is highly esteemed here - check if they are "Made in England". If they are made in Italy, I don't know the maker.   Also check this: Budget of $600-$1000 gives you access to most RTW brands - Edward Green, G&G, Crockett&Jones handgrade, Vass,...
I don't have any Simpson last Carminas (only Forest & Rain), but I found the Bexley shoe trees to work well. Take the same size as your shoes.
^ Oops, sorry about that, I should really catch up on the Styleforum nomenclature :) Corrected.
Another one from Pitti - I believe these two guys are members here (Santor Sander and Braddock):   More on http://www.muzivcesku.cz/pitti-uomo-2013
Those shirts look great! If it is not too much hassle, I'd love to see a full length shot - do you wear them tucked or untucked? With what kind of pants - cotton or linen as well? Thanks a lot!
  While I am no umbrella expert (I am still getting by with the drug store umbrellas myself), I'd check one of the following links: http://dieworkwear.com/post/3429181947/more-umbrella-options http://www.kentwang.com/accessories http://www.howardyount.com/collections/umbrellas http://www.foxumbrellas.co.uk/acatalog/shop.html http://www.swaineadeney.co.uk/umbrellas/mens_brigg/index.html
Thanks, the shoes are Vass, New Peter (P2) last.
  I agree that my first choice would have been a tan leather or braided belt (if I had one), but I just liked the casualness of the cotton belt. Great look, too! While I am happy that it is our turn with nice weather here as well, I am jealous clothes-wise on people who can wear sweaters and fall clothes.
Thanks guys! Interesting discussion about the belt - the pants I am wearing have the loop to keep the belt buckle in place (such as this one):   http://putthison.com/post/19182988557/q-and-answer-whats-that-little-loop-above-my     If I want to use it and not spend 2 minutes undoing my belt when I go to the toilet, this is the direction the belt buckle has to go.
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