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I live "down here", in Rio. In Belem I wouldn't bother trying to find nice clothes, you probably won't find anything decent. In Rio and Sao Paulo I would recommend the following: Osklen - casual wear and beachwear, they have stores in NY, Rome, Paris, Milan, etc Ricardo Almeida - probably the best tailor in the country; dresses the president and businessmen/celebrities. Not Savile Row though. Camargo - also a tailor, used to work at Ricardo. Same fit (slim, soft,...
Quote: Originally Posted by TonyThe Tailor Thom Brown is made by Oxxford Not really. Thom Browne has his own production facility , in NY.
Tod's suede mocs retail for around 260 euros in Italy. But there are better options. You should take a look at Car Shoe (owned by Prada, which carry a few great mocs itself as well) and Bottega Veneta. Regarding quality, I don't have any experience with F. Rosetti, but I would advise you to take a look at your mocassin's sole. The Tod's ones have little rubber balls on the sole (palonccini), whereas the Prada and Bottega Veneta ones have rubber squares. The squares are...
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Throw it away and buy a new one. The effort/time to do that (supposing the outcome to be positive, that is) isn't worth it.
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Hey guys, the title says it all. I have wide feet and some trouble to find shoes that would fit. I usually go for italian shoes, but I'm thinking about trying english brands such as Church's and Lodger because they seem to be bulkier and roomier. Any suggestions? Thank's.
Quote: Originally Posted by Dan9019 Hey, Anyone have a recommendation for polo shirts that have a similar fit to RL slim fit polos but don't have an uneven hem (tennis tail) for around the same price point of $75-100? I like everything about the RL slim fits except that stupid tail. Also, not having a logo would be a plus. Thanks Just get the tail hemmed. I did it with all my RL polos, works fine.
Quote: Originally Posted by Mannix Could someone ID this suit? Or offer similar options? I'm guessing Kiton.
Those are gorgeous. I wouldn't wear any shoes, specially Tom Ford ones, sans socks. Go for no-show socks, they are great and the best way to solve your problem.
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