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Bought a pair of shoes from randallr. I didn't like 'em, and he was quick to offer a refund, which is the sign of a good seller. Thumbs up.
Forgive me ignorance, but what does Polo II, Polo IV mean?
hit the affilite thread and I think you can sign up there somewhere.
I believe that the way to spot a counterfeit is by the correctly spelled tag.
Okay, it's 2 a.m. and I can't sleep, so I thought I'd photograph my shoes... I bought these on the Martin Dingman website, which has very limited pix, so I thought others here might like to see some details. They are hand made in Italy. The leather feels like a real piece of hide. The smell alone struck me. It's like a fresh saddle They are more fashionable than traditional. I haven't worn them enough to get the fit, but I think they'll mold to the foot quite...
I don't think it matters what you are teaching - or whether you are teaching for that matter. Practical considerations are obviously relevant, but otherwise a well dressed man is a well dressed man. Some people will notice it and appreciate. Others will be oblivious.
If it has ARMENIANI plastered all over the ass, who cares if it's geniune or fake?
Is Ian having a sale, or are you just going down there for a visit? It is about the only place in LA to get nice Neapolitan stuff for less than $$$.
Quote: Originally Posted by apropos Personally, I think that black suits only work on very very very pale men. The sort that look like they've been fed nothing but dairy products and kept out of the sun their entire lives. Human veal, essentially. Love the comment, but I think it's actually the opposite in fact. Unless you want to look like Doc Holliday or someone, it's kind of creepy for us palefaces to wear black.
Quote: Originally Posted by JordanH. black suit, white shirt, black shoes, done. ...Sweet Gene Vincent... There's one in every crowd....
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