Did you have to pay customs when buying directly from Carmina? I will say one of the great things about SkoatAB is they declare items in a certain way to avoid customs fees by using USPS. I wonder if QS does the same thing.
Im headed to Madrid and Barcelona Spain next month. Are therer any places to shop for suits/blazer in either city that are reminiscent of Suitsupply or Kent Wang? Basically a shop where I can find decent quality suits without either the heavy price tag or the overly fashion forward mindset (ie: like Zara, H&M, Reiss etc)
I tried to doing a search on here but without much results. Thanks.
I have a higher instep and flat feet and yet they still feel comfortable. I also wore them for like 12 hours straight as a groomsmen in a wedding with no issues. They are actually one of my most comfortable pair of dress shoes. I attest that maybe to the quality of the leather? BTW Im actually bending forward which is why they appear "stressed" in the photo. Thanks for your concern.
I bought a pair of their mid-brown double monks 2 years ago for my wedding. The Good:-They take a shoe polish shine extremely well-Flexible out of the box, blake construction-Not a bad shape/design for $300 The Bad:-They crease...badly. I'm talking cracks rather than nicely rolled creases. Both my pairs of Magnannis have aged significantly better which I got on sale. both pairs cost me total what paid for the SS monks. I'd say the leather is better Magannis and maybe on...