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Hi guys,   I've recently bought a pair of suede C&J Cavendish (tassel) loafers. Actually, these are my first pair of tassels and I do have an inqiury regarding the care of the decorative tassels themselves. I've heard stories about the tassels "splitting" (disfiguring) with wear; is there a special way to care for them? I've seen products like Tasselmate, but aren't they for calf shoes only?
C&J Cavendish in Polo suede, pale green Incotex chinos and cream dotted OTC Sozzi socks.  
Well guys, I bought the Cavendish loafers I inquired about a while ago. I can actually say that I'm extremely happy with my purchase!   Wearing them below with pale green Incotex chinos and cream dotted OTC socks from Sozzi.  
 Another price increase? Any estimates on how great the price increase will be?
Hi guys,   I've recently gotten really fond of Crockett & Jones' Cavendish tassel loafer in Polo suede. I'm actually thinking about buying a pair, but certain indivudials around me have made comments about tassels being for older men only. Would you guys think that it's possible for a young man (around 20) to wear tassel loafers (Cavendish in Polo suede specifically) without looking middle-aged/old? I've thought about wearing them with slim fit chinos and even shorts....
Does anyone here own a pair of Cavendish loafers in Polo suede? Could you possibly post some pictures of them, please? I've googled, but the results were rather dissatisfying.   By the way, would you guys think that it's possible for a young man (around 20) to wear tassel loafers (Cavendish in Polo suede specifically) without looking middle-aged/old? I've grown rather fond of these loafers and would like to buy them badly, but I've gotten comments from certain...
I was browsing some stores around the city yesterday, while I suddenly saw some Burberry trenchcoats on sale. I've actually been on lookout for one during a while, but I decided to wait as I ain't in a rush and the price tags on those Burberry trenches aren't directly the smallest. Seeing those on sale started to get my fingers itching. There's just one problem: I'm usually a size 46 (EU), although the trenchcoat in 46 fit a little snugly around the chest. I even tried it...
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I think the fabric is called "donegal".
Have you tried inserting a thin leather insole? I've lost some weight recently and my older shoes felt a little on the looser side. The insoles helped a great deal, they reduce the shoes with approximately half a size.
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