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Quote: Originally Posted by JR88 Anyone familiar with them? They look very nice but not sure about construction. I used to like To Boots, until they started using cheap leather. Now I like some Ferragamo and most Tod's. Can't afford JL. Take a look at the "Similar Threads" below. They ought to answer your question.
They look okay; certainly not the Grenson Maldini's . The black oxford is too fashion-y and could be fun to wear to a night club with a pair of jeans, but not with a suit.
What is that on the sides that looks like a mini tear?
http://cgi.ebay.com/USED-ERMENEGILDO...QQcmdZViewItem Zegna bag for $29.99, not sure about the true condition... http://cgi.ebay.com/Ermenegildo-Zegn...QQcmdZViewItem Brand new Zegna shoes 8.5. Seller has 0 feedback. If they were size 12, I'd take a risk.
Quote: Originally Posted by cTo daily +1
How about something "poor man's" in size 12 D?
A little late to this thread. My top 5 list is a bit more formal but here it goes: (1) Really good shoes (the first thing people notice) (2) Leather bag / briefcase (I cringe when I see attorneys / businessmen wearing laptop bags) (3) Watch (wear a respectable watch - does not have to be too expensive - or don't wear one at all) (4) Suit (if you buy suits off the rack, please take them to a tailor!) (5) Pocket square (takes your suit / jacket to a whole new level;...
I still own ties (Jones NY, DKNY, Kenneth Cole...) that I bought when I was a student that don't get much love these days because they look cheap but not because they're ugly or have sentimental value.
If you don't mind somewhat of a trendy look, BC Ethic, Barneys NY, and Positano make extremely soft and fitting shirts. Some of the designs look hellacious though!
A little too bulky for my taste but a nice present nontheless. Is it true that Louis Vuitton owns Tag and Zenith?
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