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Aaaw yeah! Now it's time to decide between burnished tan, snuff, black calf, and burgundy shell...or just buy all of them? If only.   Also, Mike, I'd probably be down for a python belt, although I still don't really know how dress belt sizing works: If I order a 34 when I'm a true 32, will that just leave me with more holes sticking out than necessary? Would it still be wearable?
From what (very little) I understand about business environments, the big no-nos are wearing things which are usually only worn by higher ranked employees, e.g., double breasted suit jackets, or a 3 piece.   I foolishly miss out the first time, then the restock is delayed by two months. Classic.
Correct, with the "local magic" apparently having been applied by the folks at The Armoury.
The ankle boot in lama is having its details ironed out via PM right now, assuming that Carmina still has the leather on hand.
Ah, that makes sense. I just thought you might have missed it. I'll probably be torn between full Snuff, and black, with my decision probably being based on the soles.
Good god, that shine is amazing. Quoting without spoiler because this is exactly the kind of post that this porn thread needs.
Mike showed an example of the burnished calf here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/277505/epaulet-x-carmina-mto/2100_100#post_6041726
Ouch. I'm young and single, so the only limits I have are dictated by my wallet.   On the topic of spectators:       Even if we don't do monks, I would love a brown/white combo as was mentioned above by sridhar3.
Keep an eye out for the Snuff Austerity brogue (shoe, not boot) that Mike just confirmed for a rerun. The photos earlier on in this thread are absolutely gorgeous.   I always enjoy explaining to people that I don't yet have the boots I bought a few months back, "because they're being made for me in Spain."
Thanks, this worked just like you said! After comparing the VAT/no VAT prices, it looks like Carmina takes ~15.3% off of its "list" prices for non-EU customers to account for VAT.
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