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Bought these from Gilt, but they're too big and never got around to returning them in time. Light tan Borrelli Luxury Vintage cap-toe bluchers. Retail, according to Gilt, is $900. Looking to recover what I paid (less shipping), so price is $400 shipped in Canada or the U.S. Willing to ship elsewhere, but would be at cost. These are marked as size 8.5, and Gilt said this was an American sizing, but they are a half to full size too big for me (for reference, I'm an 8.5 in...
For the record, there is no "official" wine pairing option at TFL. However, the sommelier will be happy to help you select wine within a budget and based on your tastes. In doing so, they will pick from glasses and bottles on their list, so there are no smaller 1-2oz pours that are typical of other restaurants that offer pairings. I was there in April, and had the sommelier pick 2 glasses (from their per-glass list) and a dessert wine (my wife was not feeling well so...
Size 46 (30) in: - navy cotton - tan/beige cotton (nothing with a green undertone) - conservative wool fabrics (navy, shades of grey, brown)
Anyone notice any 46/30's anywhere?
Heading to NY on Friday, any recent updates on Incotex/Mabitex stocks at various Daffy's?
also interested in more info
Quote: Originally Posted by GQgeek Sweet thanks! By egregious do you just say that because EG is expensive or because it'll be 20-30% above NYC prices like l'uomo in montreal? the latter...
Quote: Originally Posted by GQgeek It pisses me off that we don't have an Edward Green store, or even Edward Green within another store. No longer true, Robert Jones in RBC Plaza downtown sells Edward Green. Not sure about pricing (likely egregious) but at least it's an option.
Thanks for all the help everyone. We decided to stay in SF for the bookend weekends, and Yountville and Healdsburg during the week. It's definitely going to be a foodie trip: we have reservations at The French Laundry, ad hoc, Bottega and Mustard's Grill in the Yountville area and Cyrus in Healdsburg. We're working on wineries to visit in both areas, so any suggestions are welcome. Definitely thinking of going to Joseph Phelps, Hess, Vincent Arroyo and Merry Edwards.
Allen Edmonds has done a lot of work for American politicians and is a proud American company. I would think they would jump at the chance to help out. Their new CEO has posted here from time, might be worth contacting him. Alden might also be worth a try, especially since they already make an orthotic line.
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