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Question, have a pair of shoes on the way that have rubber toe taps and want to have them replaced with metal toe taps, can anyone recommend a reliable cobbler in NYC whom they have experience with?
Sam Hober Bespoke Garza Grossa Grenadines The black, bitter chocolate, and burgundy are 3-fold, lined and tipped. The midnight blue and the grey/silver are 6-fold, lined and tipped. All ties are made without the label on the back and are in mint condition whether new or used. All ties have a widened knot point, to help make a nice knot, ideally tie them in a FIH or DFIH. 1. Black #7...SOLD Width: 3.5" Length: 62" 2. Midnight Blue #8, 6-Fold...SOLD Width:...
^ Depends on the fabric and lining, I find 6 fold grenadines too thick while a seven fold unlined tie makes a small yet elegant knot, matter of what you prefer. Width at the knotting point also makes a difference, I suggest asking David for his recommendation, he's more experienced and knowledgeable than most if not all of us
What do you think about C&J Wembley with silk laces as a formal shoes?
Tom Ford Navy Grenadine with Pink Dots, worn once, mint condition.....SOLD includes conus shipping and paypal fees Length is approx 61" Width is 3.75" 3-Fold, Lined & Tipped Please PM any questions
The metal taps last much longer, but you don't need them unless you really wear out the toe a lot
Indeed, I WISH they fit
Going MTM for a tuxedo, unfortunately only satin lapels are available, choice of midnight wool or black wool/mohair, question is would you go double breast shawl or single breast shawl, feel like the satin lapels in a DB would be a bit much, what do you think?
Requested vass to do so, instructions weren't followed, learned lesson and order through proxy from now on
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