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Quote: Originally Posted by fuji Are there any other makers I should look at for a velvet or cashmere slipper? I suppose a cobbler can't refinish a velvet slipper like a leather one right? I am not yet sure. I never thought about the finishing of a slipper being like that of an Oxford, and you should definitely contact the company about this.
In the Houston Galleria, the Ralph Lauren store had three people working in the front when I walked in. The first who saw me was talking to one of his co-workers about something so he said "Hi" and carried on his conversation. The other young guy there was dressed in a charcoal suit, black oxfords, a glen plaid pocket square, and I don't remember his tie. I do remember, however, that he was very polite and greeted me properly. There was another lady who was working...
Quote: Originally Posted by fuji If they have a leather sole is it possible to wear them outside or well they be ruined? if they have leather soles, i think they'd work just as well as suede loafers or oxfords. i'm not entirely sure of what would happen to velvet in the elements and i did a quick google search in which nothing came up
Quote: Originally Posted by rioni You should have grabbed all of the Isaia at that price for resale. Also, I've never seen Pantharella at marshalls... has anyone else? Yes, I was thinking about buying a pair at the Marshall's here. Then, I decided that I didn't sincerely want them.
i believe that they have a good report here on style forum. i just know that they look good! and, i think velvet slippers can be worn with a smoking jacket, a robe, etc. i'm not sure that it's appropriate to wear them with a tuxedo, though i'd like to see how it looks.
Quote: Originally Posted by Zenny There is no such thing as "Women's Style" watch Annette Bening in "The Women". I think that's women's style.
Quote: Originally Posted by Pengranger From the Spectator porn thread... my personal favourites. Hope the OP's don't mind me posting. http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?p=1209066 Quote: Originally Posted by mr monty I wear specs with my beige linen trousers This $148 (retail $495) Martegani saddle oxford would also...
Quote: Originally Posted by polar-lemon Only if his legs are 500% longer in proportion to his torso than in real life, apparently. Back in that day, did more men not wear their pants higher around their abdomen/near the end of their stomach which would give them the look of very long legs? I think this is what is illustrated in the picture above.
they look nice. i think when shell creases, they are fat. they're not as small as calf creases and sometimes i see a white color in the creases
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