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Check out this store next time you are in East London. Justin Deakin sells high end shoes in Spitalfields. Awesome shop, shoes, people and bourbon. Read more about it in my blog entry below. http://bkarmstrong.blogspot.com/2012/04/justin-deakin-shoes.html
You have to wear them with socks. No question. See blogpost on Invisible Socks: http://bkarmstrong.blogspot.com/2011/07/invisible-socks-and-shoe-trees-preserve.html
You have to wear them with socks. No question. See blogpost on Invisible Socks: http://bkarmstrong.blogspot.com/2011/07/invisible-socks-and-shoe-trees-preserve.html
See blogpost on Invisible Socks: http://bkarmstrong.blogspot.com/2011/07/invisible-socks-and-shoe-trees-preserve.html
You have to war them with socks. No question. See blogpost on Invisible Socks: http://bkarmstrong.blogspot.com/2011/07/invisible-socks-and-shoe-trees-preserve.html
You have to war them with socks. No question. See blogpost on Invisible Socks
If you want bespoke shoes and have plenty of Euro to pay for them, you need to head directly to Florence, Italy. Florence has multiple high end bespoke shoemakers tucked away on seemingly random side streets and alleys. Be ready because these shoes will cost you about € 3,000 for the first pair and anywhere from € 2,000-3,000 for additional pairs. Some of these shops also take up to about 6 months to deliver the product. Stefano Bemer Skarpe Scarpe su Misura Il Micio di...
You need 9 measurements to order the perfect custom shirt. I have included a video in my blog post that shows you how to take the measurements yourself if you need to. The video and figures are compliments of Alexander West, a Manhattan based clothier specializing in custom-tailored shirts. Video: http://bkarmstrong.blogspot.com/2011/07/9-measurements-necessary-for-your.html These figures depict the differences between a Made to Measure dress shirt and a Bespoke dress...
Street Style: Rome 2011 These are just some of pictures I took on the streets in Italy. I learned a few things while on my trip: 1. Navy blazer over charcoal pants...always a good match. Italian men from young to old are wearing this combination and, rightfully so, it looks great. 2. No matter where you need to go, you are never to dressed up to ride a motorbike. 3. Accents with color really help to complete your outfit, whether it be a pocket square or socks. Check my...
Who else misses OPERATIONS NYC and Benjamin Bixby? Both were great lines that offered something a little different. Neither survived the recession. Check out my blog post below: "Nice Clothes, Good Press, Solid Vision, Tough Market." http://bkarmstrong.blogspot.com/2011...id-vision.html
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