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Cucinelli Leather jacket sold. --------------- NWT Borrelli shirt, size 16, fairly slim. White with denim blue stripes, 100% cotton, spread collar, barrel cuffs. This is older stock with the thick MOP buttons and extra hand stitching. Measurements: Chest (pit to pit): 23.5 inches. Shoulders: 19.25 inches. Sleeve (from shoulder): 26.5 inches. $135 - $120 including shipping to most locations (from UK). NWT Tom Ford shirt, size 16.5, very...
As ridiculous as it might be, I can't help but like the sock-less look. I wonder when I'll tire of it. Probably when the blogs stop throwing it at us.
Lusting after all of them; unfortunately sending PM on none.
I have a pair of the 197/31 colour 649 in that size. Pretty much new, only worn a few times by a very careful person (me). Or when you said "color isn't important" were you only thinking of the more usual colors, like tortoiseshell or black?
I'm hoping I can fill this need relatively cheaply with a pair that are lightly used or otherwise below retail. I like the Maliseet oxford, the blucher and the chukka. As for leather type and colour, I would be open to the following: For any model: cognac suede or similar tan colour. For shoes: same as above but would expand to darker browns and also black leather. If you're desperate to move something which differs from my requested colours then I might...
Quote: Originally Posted by jhcam8 Smooth boot transaction with Winston. Fast shipping with tracking and a perfect description. You'll find a good buyer in jhcam8.
The 'premier' alerts (when new items arrive in your selected brands) stopped working for me, and couldn't be relied upon to begin with. If you aren't starved for alternative shopping locations then I can see why it wouldn't be worth bothering with, but I couldn't find the same things elsewhere anyway, and especially not at the same price.
I like the jeans. I don't think they're dad-ish.
I bought a nice Burberry trench/raincoat myself last year. The last place I'd wear it is in the rain. Or in a trench for that matter. I just know it'll perform poorly in the wet
I check new arrivals daily and often spend ages making sure I see everything. You never know what gem you're going to find. It's actually part of the fun of yoox for me, as sad as that might sound. I don't think it's that overwhelming. There are a core group of brands that I'll normally make a beeline for, though. I only wish they'd categorize things better. Making use of their filters will ensure that you miss something. For example, I want a pair of light blue...
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