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Quote: Originally Posted by SharpieMarker What besides feel and name makes a $500 shoe better than a $100 one? . - Quality of material - style, durability, thickness, softness, etc. - Construction technique - stitching, gluing, weaving, waterproofing, etc. - Time spent by a professional working on the particular item - Level of expertise of the professional This applies to garments as well as shoes.
Quote: Originally Posted by rgoldstein ...at double the price? But it's 5 times better looking. (That's what I tell my gf/wife.)
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT This is a better buy.
There's also a Nordstrom Rack in Woodland Hills that ain't bad.
http://www.justhungry.com/buta-no-ka...sed-pork-belly I make this all the time (minus some of the harder to find ingredients). Super easy but you have to remember to give it 3 hours.
Quote: Originally Posted by FidelCashflow I think Hermes belts can look good on a guy. I can see someone wearing it with jeans, and a sport coat, it's like the finishing touch Right. But he still has to be gay for it to work. Men and big logos never work. Even when you own it (except Michael Jordan).
I don't think I've obtained enough money to even consider that.
Is that first suit black or dark grey?
Quote: Originally Posted by lawyerdad Just an FYI in case you're not familiar with shopthefinest/finer threads: Ian's warehouse is in Santa Monica on Main Street, so if you check the online inventory and see he has things you might be interested, you can call him and arrange to go by and try it on in person. He's very accommodating, super nice and responds to email for same day warehouse visits. Highly recommend you try there for shoes and...
Quote: Originally Posted by lawyerdad I would see what Ian Daniels has in stock in your size at www.shopthefinest.com (for shoes and suits) +1
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