Originally Posted by Napoli Su Misura
Hi Mina, That Blue/Brown one looks familiar Not sure from the pictures if it is tiny enough to be mine.
It looks awesome and I can't wait! peace, Mark
I would like to relate my Carl experience so far....
I ordered my first trial shirt to get the measurements correct. Carl told me take it home and wash and wear/wash and wear then bring it back for a fitting. On the label it says wash and tumble dry. Having had very little experience washing clothes I took this to mean dry on low/med. Of course the shirt shrank to the point it was unusable.
Carl shook his head and gave me the "You're a putz look". Anybody...
Dude..... These are my exact measurements and I started 5 months ago building a brand new wardrobe. I will share my journey with you so that it might help you.
Started with a Hugo Boss suit bought on sale- mistake. Will now be my funeral suit!
Bought a 50% Prada suit (34S) from the boutique- Love the cut and look!
Bought on B&S- a Kiton and Brioni 90-95% off- Tailoring was very very expensive but they look great now. The Kiton is probably my favorite piece.
I just broke down and bought 2 pairs of the damn prada sneakers this weekend. (Beige and Grey suede) My wife was so happy cause she loved them. I have to admit- I kinda like them also. They are very European looking.
We tried the Addidas main store in NYC and found nothing that was really sleek and thin soled so I caved. Thank you for everybody's opinions. I checked out online or in person everybody's suggestions. I could really tell that the people that...
Bounder- Would you walk 3O blocks in NYC in Boat Shoes? Maybe "Dress sneakers" is a bad word for it about just really nice looking sneakers that don't look like you ready to make a layup or run track in them.
I guess some people get offended by dress sneakers and some people don't. I think that below Zegna really gets it that they serve the purpose of an in-between shoe. I personally feel there is a place for them.
Originally Posted by zenga
Even though I do not really fancy the Neiman Marcus Prada sneakers, I have previously bought and worn Prada sneakers which perfectly served the purpose of an in-between shoe, i.e. more dressy than a normal...