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Made by Crockett & Jones in England for Brooks Brothers. Wonderfully supple unlined penny loafers with a chiseled toe and hand stitched apron. Goodyear welted with contrast stitching and combination heal. Marked 8 D but fit is between 8D and 8-1/2 D. Price includes shipping ConUS.
At one time I had a fantasy that I would be able to wear these, but as they are a size too big for me, they might as well go to someone who can put them to good use. These are a pair of loafers decorated with a horse bit in a contemporary style. The toe is chiseled, the apron is carefully hand stitched, the heal is combination rubber/leather, and the uppers are as soft and supple as any calf I have ever encountered. Finally, these are not the ordinary Blake-constructed...
"Carey" in four colors, as shown: purple, blue, yellow, and coral. See link for detailed description and image. http://www.neimanmarcus.com/p/Robert-Graham-Carey-Micro-Check-Dress-Shirt-Purple-Dress-Shirts-Ties/prod140010412/ "Chain" in purple, as shown. See link for detailed description and image. http://www.robertgraham.us/shopmen/dressshirts/chain-shirt.html Apologies for the poor photograph quality. All prices include shipping within ConUS.
Buyer receives exact product shown in below link, without tags, in size 15-1/2" neck, 34" sleeves. http://www.paulstuart.com/product_info.cfm?ProdID=3910 Price includes shipping within ConUS.
Prices is for each shirt and includes shipping within ConUS. All washed but not worn. All spread collar. All neck size 15". Lilac herringbone w/ contrast lined collar and French cuffs. 34" sleeves. 39" chest. By TM Lewin "John Francomb". Lilac end-on-end w/ barrel cuffs. 35" sleeves. 44" chest. By Harvie & Hudson.
Maybe you would get some feedback if you gave a target price range...
Thanks for the illuminating discussion. My only remaining question is whether the choice among the various shoulder expressions is a functional difference or merely a visual one.
I have over the years acquired a large number of luxury menswear items, ranging from NWT to lightly used, which I no longer need. I can put some stuff on B&S and eBay, but generally I find it's best to leave the process of making quality images and listings to the professionals. These are not major items such as jackets from Kiton or Brioni. Rather they are many shirts, sweaters, and ties from brands such as Etro, Duchamp, Toscano, Bobby Jones, Ike Behar, Robert...
This is a very real concern, especially if brand is not well known. Better to stick to wool or a blend featuring only a small amount of cashmere.
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