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I dig.Did you have those MTO or were they a special makeup for a retailer?
I recently purchased a pair of size 8.5M lined tan suede penny loafers from Club Monaco (made by Rancourt & Co.). They are unused with the exception of trying them on. I really like the shoes. Unfortunately, the fit is simply too snug. I would say they fit closer to a 8.0M than a 8.5M. I have other Rancourts (a natural shell venetian from Brooks Brothers, a brown CXL penny loafer from Massdrop, and a navy CXL ranger moc from Club Monaco) in size 8.5M, all of which fit...
Quick question regarding Rancourt lined suede penny loafers -- do they stretch at all? I bought a pair of the Club Monaco tan suede penny loafers during their 40% off sale items sale and they are very snug. I have two pairs of unlined Rancourt loafers (natural shell venetian from Brooks Brothers and a brown CXL penny from Massdrop), both of which fit TTS. The lined suede ones fit at least a half-size smaller out of the box. Also bought a pair of the navy CXL ranger...
Not sure of your definition of "break the bank", but Suit Supply sells relatively (to high-end brands) affordable outerwear.http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/coats
A very good idea.It's really not fair for those who haven't been following this thread for a long time to be subjected to this......when asking a legitimate question.
Pics, please.
I dig your jacket as well. I'm sure you've answered this question elsewhere, but may I ask what brand/where to buy?
Light blue is fine (certainly better than the burgundy check). But, "work equally" is a bit of a stretch; for an evening event, the "rule" is to wear white. But, most people (unless this is an extremely well-heeled crowd) wouldn't give a light blue shirt a second thought.
^^^ Solid advice.
I agree the cracking issue is one worth exchanging for replacement. I can't imagine that area holding up well if it's already in that condition. That rubber mold issue would have annoyed me every time I looked at it, but not to the point of replacing a sole that will need to be replaced with a year or two of wear anyway.
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