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Quote: Originally Posted by Mr.K Most of those look like shit. I will stick to Alden for my shoes. No need to pay even more inflated prices for a designer shoe. I think the Jimmy Choo's should be left for the women. +1
Thoughts? http://www.jimmychoo.com/collections/mens/icat/mensus/
I recently bought a pair of shoes over the phone from c&j. The lady that answered the phone was courteous and attentive and the shoes arrived as scheduled.
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Quote: Originally Posted by KObalto Here's an epic threak which contains a lot of good info despite the OP: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=180402 Hahaha. Thanks!
Quote: Originally Posted by Cant kill da Rooster A "bit" worn or a lot worn? Have you tried polishing it? It's very worn. It looks as if it's been rubbed with sandpaper. What is the polishing process like?
Yeah, I was thinking c&j - glad I asked. FTW haha Thanks everyone!
I started with a search. There isn't that much out there. Thanks though.
All, I've had a brown Brooks Brothers belt that I've used for work for the last 4 or 5 years and it is now a bit worn and needs replaced. What are the best brown belts (dressier)? -Was thinking about hermes (not one of the awfull H belts but rather just a regular nice brown belt with a normal buckle). -I looked at a Brioni belt last weekend but it looked the same as my Brooks Brothers belt and cost 3 times as much. -How are Crockett & Jones belts? Your thoughts...
I hate wrinkles in pants and find that even with wool pants I get them. Specifically, I always get a wrinkle right under my belt caused from me sitting down and the excess material sort of bulding up orgathering. Also sometimes get wrinkles around the inside of my thighs from sitting. Ach, I know I am OCD!
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