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That's a woeful deal.
Our metaphors have moved from food to cars. Is Rubinacci actually The Stig?
How wide is your foot? Cheaney shoes tend to have a narrow heel and a wider toe area as there is a more pronounced combination last used. On the 11525 and the 205, which fit me brilliantly, I go down 1.5 sizes from my US size.Josh, who is the manager of the Spitalfields store, is the best fitter I've ever seen, so it might be worth giving him a ring and asking his thoughts.
Don't judge me.
I love pissing matches over nomenclature. Stand by my assertion that this thread is the best on SF in the past two years. Let's go back to the food metaphors. The restaurant manager who puts parsley on plates as garnish is a plate stylist. Discuss.
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If it's not a garish one, go for it. This forum can get carried away by groupthink and the application of "rules." If you feel confident in it and it looks okay/professional, it's going to show in your interview. My big word of caution to you is that since you've never worn a square before, a very real possibility exists of you fiddling with it and worrying more about it than the conversation.
This. Find a local tailor whose work is quality, barter exposure for clothing, and then conveniently pitch a piece to your producers about the tailor's role in the community
Have found Ferragamo pretty similar to the fit on the 7 last for AE. Honestly, though, unless you're really keen on the styling/getting a great deal, I'd go in a different direction. I could never justify retail for Ferragamo as you're paying a massive premium for brand cachet for a product where the price to quality ratio is pretty skewed. That said, if it's a completely unique style that is otherwise unable to be replicated, by all means go for it, but if it's a...
Spelunking. Spoiler alert, OP is Batman.
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