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Panama hat in summer - when is really hot, Cheapo H&M (12 yrs old, still kicking) black fedora and Olive green cheapo C&A (13 yrs old) when it rains - have to buy something better, but still searching
From time to time, take a straw brush (with pretty much stiff bristles) and take off the dirt and small pebbles that go into your sole and heels, and wash the sole with some saddle soap, or just plain water (not too much). If you are not wearing them for a period, you can twice a year to put some neutral cream on the sole, just to keep it more flexible (do not wear for at least 2 days or more). If you are spiffy - wax the part of the sole that is not touching the ground...
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria I swear that it is 20oz, though. - B Nope, because is not herringbone, just a plain weave hopsack, I stick with Bottega Veneta!
Sorry, this is not LL Cloth club, is PG Bottega Veneta intreciatto breakfast!
And this one, http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...ad.php?t=88764!
The fury is going on in AAAC http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...ad.php?t=88652! One thing is great about this whole thing - brought Manton and FNB, with all their differences, in the same boat!
Quote: Originally Posted by ProfessorShak My fondness for sport coats has become a curiosity. Id like to know how SF members wear their coats, since I'm trying to incorporate them into my daily wear. So the poll question is how often do you wear them? If you're gonna leave a reply please dont leave out any juicy details (What style/colors you wear, what do you wear it with, When NOT to wear it, etc... Depends on the environment in that you...
Frankly, I am in the final part of the same project - 3 suits to go - then I can spend money on a good pair of shoes - EG or Vass, or some other goodies! Congrats!
Quote: Originally Posted by rioni yes, I think I remember reading that it is crema alpina rebranded. No, Alpina is Nubiana rebranded for Bata (at least in Europe). And it is bees wax based
One of the best tools in voter forecasting is what the french sociologists are calling "socio-style" i.e. the analysis of social behavior based not on demographics, but on values and habits. The best north-american application of this kind of analysis I've found is a study about the fragmentation of the american society in "cultural creatives" and "social conservatives" - kind of Obama vs Sarah Palin. You can explain the Obama victory over the Republicans (and here I am...
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