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Price! and too many other shoes vintage and modern. I was wearing one of my favourite vintage pair todays my 1940s Stetson Avenues. I must confess I love walking in thick soled shoes. They seem more comfortable over a distance.
Just noticed that there are no Bettanin and Venturi shoes in the Barneys present collection. Have they dropped them after so many years?
No one at home in the Obama Regime http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01/obamas-vanishing-administration-217344#.mzx4ovw:nYNX
Mine are one of my go to shoes and very comfortable after more than a years wear. The Indian girls at work particularly love the 'red' shoes! Fabulous design the Moore.
Love that vintage chisel toe and brogueing on the vamp.. a bit like a refined English version of the Bestetti toecap. Very classy. I don't have a lot of time for lazyman shoes but those are very stylish.
No wonder I can't stand the smell of it in the room. Asphyxiating.
My first pair of Vass. Very comfortable and reminds me of my EGs. U last size 44.
Toe spring is the expression.Cannot believe anyone is putting mink oil on top shoes for day to day wear. Mink oil is notorious for going rancid.
Great selection!
10 Great Art Deco Cities http://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/art-deco-cities-slideshow#2
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