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Really can say thanks enough for all your recent posts, great stuff all around. Quote: Originally Posted by medtech_expat After the factory, we went next door to his gorgeous showroom to conduct the foot tracing and have a coffee (which was wonderful). The pictures here really speak for themselves. With 15 last shapes to choose from, I decided on a soft chiseled toe midway between the EG888 and 82. Simple double-monk with captoe, burnished espresso,...
Quote: Originally Posted by eml4sker You can always leave banking for F100. The other direction is more difficult. This, end of story.
Quote: Originally Posted by el duderino Older models have the downward loop which were reversed after the Levis lawsuit. Cut hasn't changed as far as I could tell when trying on newer models. Quote: Originally Posted by westinghouse The older ones (downward) do fit tighter in the waist. Thanks. I have an older pair of 32x32's (not sure if they were rigid or rinse) that have stretched out to about 35-36" in the...
I've noticed that the straight leg cut has two different back pocket designs. One that loops "upward" and one that loops "downward". Is this purely cosmetic or does one represent an updated cut? Is one newer than the other? Sorry if this has been answered before, it's not the easiest thing to search for.
Are these Grensons? They look great. Stephen Kempler Handmade Shoes
Never been but I've heard Portugal is cheap. Flights over there are usually reasonable too.
I have C&J's similar to the tan ones posted above and they are great. I don't love tassel loafers but the finish on this pair of EG's I sold was the nicest I've ever seen.
If you can't afford to eat here, grab a drink at the bar. Definitely one of the coolest places I've ever had a drink. Kronenhalle
Really disappointing that MaoMao's pics are no longer available, they were beautiful. I was able to find a photo book here with some really nice pics from maestro Liverano's shop. For all the talk about Savile Row and Naples, I think the Florentine tailors really fly under the radar. Although the sample size is small, I've yet to see anything from Liverano that isn't droolworthy. I especially love the symmetry of the lapel roll and the open quarters. I lifted the...
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