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Agreed and I have ordered through kolecho myself on more than one occasion. However I've had customs charges, VAT and Royal Mail handling fees imposed when the package arrives from HK, without fail. Nothing appears to get through here, whereas incoming items into the US, even when declared at full value, seem to most often pass onto the addressee without either inspection or charging.
The photos were almost certainly taken with flash, but that doesn't look anywhere close to midnight blue.
For sale I have a NWT E Zegna textured tie in a 51% cashmere/49% wool blend. It has a slubby knitted feel to it, perfect for pairing with a Fall/Winter ensemble. This is from the Couture line, which as far as I'm aware is the higher end RTW line from Ermenegildo Zegna. There looks to be three sturdy handsewn "X" stitches behind the blade, but I'll let the photos do the talking. Width is 3 5/8" and total length is 55.5". SOLD
Some nice stuff still remaining in the box. Here's some of the candidates for my contribution, all silk knits.
Price drop
Thanks. They were 40% off full retail; not a stonking deal, but palatable for someone like me who is really lacking variation in my belts. These should serve me well for the foreseeable. Maybe I shouldn't have picked up two in the same colour, but I do enjoy buying nice things
For sale I have a NWT RLBL Chesterfield overcoat in a solid charcoal grey. This is styled as "Classic Melton" due to the substantial nature of the fabric, although it should not be compared to the rougher texture of true Melton wool. This fabric is an 85% wool/15% cashmere blend, and as such has a touch of softness to it. There's a brief history of the Chesterfield here: http://www.gentlemansgazette.com/chesterfield-overcoat/. This example conforms closely to the origins...
Have you seen this thread?: http://www.styleforum.net/t/228153/the-official-shoe-care-thread-tutorials-photos-etc Well worth the effort to read through...
Picked up three suede belts from Zegna
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