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+1 to all the above. Save weight and ditch the jackets. Polo shirts for days. Good linen shirts for nights. Cotton or linen trousers. Bermuda shorts. Swim trunks. Tods loafers or deck shoes. You're on holiday after all, and yet you'll look better than 90% of everyone you're likely to come across. Even a good short-sleeved linen shirt with khaki trousers will gain you entry into the casinos and the best restaurants in town.
Not certain what you want re the investment value of the pieces, but when I was searching for artworks for my new pad, I was turned onto Australian aboriginal art after a visit to a specialist gallery. Aboriginal dot art is great fun to research, come in dimensions to fit any wall space, offer fantastic depth and dynamism for largely reasonable prices, look best mounted without a frame (saving you money on the frame), and Australian art galleries are typically happy to...
Hi all, Just received a pair of lovely double monks and I have a odd question - just what is the usual method of putting these on? Do you leave the buckles on and just slip them on (I've tried and they're a bit tight to do that smoothly) or unbuckle the buckles and fasten them again (onerous and the stiff buckle prongs leave scour marks on the underside of the tabs). I don't know if this is relevant, but the buckles are secured to some elastic material. In return......
First time trying out images, but for what it's worth - English (CJ Weymouth) vs Italian (SF Tramezzas). The Ferragamos have a narrower last which is cut low on the vamp. Hurts the top of my feet sometimes when laced too tight. Apples to oranges comparison though. Not in any way meant to be a generalisation of country-specific shoe styling.
Quote: Originally Posted by LabelKing It's rather surprising this enterprise is from Singapore, land of flip-flops and AP Royal Oaks. It's not really about the country, it's about the personality. Founder of the magazine, Wei Koh, just happens to be the son of Professor Tommy Koh, one of Singapore's most well-known diplomats, former Singapore representative to the UN, and an icon of personal branding (for Singapore people anyway) since the...
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