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Good question Luke. I too am on the prowl for decent swimwear. Nabil, and his ability to pay 225 Pounds for a pair of shorts.   I'm sick of the entire beach cheering at me as I walk to the water in my Speedos.
 Cynicism, is well correlated with age.
Your time is very valuable! Or should I say, peace of mind is very valuable. I agree with you though, the trick is to achieve a happy medium between having done enough research and not setting up unrealistic expectations. I think the Aldwych is a brilliant shoe, and if you haven't bought English shoes from overseas before, it's the best choice.
I don't know if this has been covered in any form of literature, but from my experience those things which are hyped up often fail to live up to their expectation. In fact, I think surprise or experiencing the unexpected constitutes a large part of happiness and enjoyment. A lot of research and expectation will remove that surprise and the unexpected will be non-existent. So whilst it is good that you extensively worked out which pair of shoes to buy, I do wonder how...
 It's hard for there to be zero heel slippage. There's always going to be slight friction. Unless you go bespoke. Unless you get giant blisters, I'd just suck it up and enjoy the imperfections of life.
 No one has a single idea as to what you are trying to get rid of. Sadly, we don't follow your purchases everyday. Perhaps ask your mate StreetMinimal as to how best to sell shoes? He sold 2 pairs of AEs to.....Halifax?
This guy posts in the Epaulet thread all the time. I'm not advocating this rig, but he is wearing a pink shirt with a very light suit.   http://www.styleforum.net/t/111211/epaulet-shop-official-affiliate-thread/23895#post_6634386
 It might, I was thinking something along these lines: https://www.google.com.au/search?q=pink+shirt+grey+suit&rlz=1C1EODB_en-GBAU534AU534&es_sm=93&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=r8VMUv3kB-HYigfEw4EQ&ved=0CCwQsAQ&biw=1920&bih=979&dpr=1#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=ZYLIUmnMYlqnRM%3A%3BOHW2jeT-vAnXDM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.montagio.com.au%252Fdisplay.php%253Fo%253D1747%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.montagio.com.au%252Fcms%252Fari_gold_suit%3B349%3B466
 Yes, I kind of agree. It is a 'youthful' look. It's like men's fragrances. People often associate the sweeter notes with femininity. Yet, on the right person the smell can be excellent, as with a pink shirt and light grey suit. So for those people that don't have overly masculine features, or are quite youthful in their aesthetic, pink and grey and sweeter colognes can really work well. But if you're quite masculine in presence (beard, broad shouldered etc.) then dressing...
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