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Originally Posted by Roguls View Post

Most people size down a half from their regular size on the barrie and trubalance. I bought 10s in the HY, and they are in line with a 10 in barrie/tb.

So you're saying size down .5 US on all other shoes except the Barrie or Truebalance, and in those cases one should not size down at all?
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post

So you're saying size down .5 US on all other shoes except the Barrie or Truebalance, and in those cases one should not size down at all?

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If my regular size is 10, I would order a 9.5 in Barrie, Trubalance and HY. All three are more voluminous lasts. I would not recommend sizing down on boots, though, as wearing thicker socks and adding an insole is a nice option for colder weather.
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Some new shoes are up. The pebble grain are particularly fantastic in real life.
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When can we expect a restock of the Navy blazer? Thanks.
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Picked up some HY madras pants. Should I stick my usual 2 inch cuffs on those bad boys, regular hem, or hem them long enough to do a single turn up?
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Originally Posted by Liquidus View Post

When can we expect a restock of the Navy blazer? Thanks.

I should have more soon. A big shipment came in from Italy yesterday--fall suits, sportcoats, and a couple overcoats--and it included more summer blazers. They're not exactly the same as the previous fabric, so I'll photograph them and get them listed soon.
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

Picked up some HY madras pants. Should I stick my usual 2 inch cuffs on those bad boys, regular hem, or hem them long enough to do a single turn up?

I would cuff them, though I prefer 1.75". I think a cuff looks great on these.
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Here are the new styles:

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what's your return policy? I'd like to order some shoes but would like to return them if they don't fit.
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Originally Posted by Viral View Post

what's your return policy? I'd like to order some shoes but would like to return them if they don't fit.


From website:

Returns
We hope you’ll be happy with your purchase. If you would like to return an item, please contact us. Unused items can be returned within 30 days. It is the buyer's responsibility to return items in original condition; please ensure proper packaging. Once your items are returned for refund or exchange, please note that it may take up to a week to process. At this time we do not accept returns on international orders.
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Not stocking size 12 makes my decision much easier... ffffuuuu.gif
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Those pebble-grain wingtips look amazing! 

 

Does anyone have guidance on sizing if I'm a UK8 for the Carmina Simpson last, but a UK 7.5 in Carmina Rain and Inca? 

 

I'm thinking 8 might be it, but am unsure.  Thanks!
 

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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post

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Dat suede...drool.gif
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Originally Posted by yls2012 View Post

Those pebble-grain wingtips look amazing! 

Does anyone have guidance on sizing if I'm a UK8 for the Carmina Simpson last, but a UK 7.5 in Carmina Rain and Inca? 

I'm thinking 8 might be it, but am unsure.  Thanks!

 

I think a size 8 would be best.
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Originally Posted by Rich0116 View Post

Dat suede...drool.gif

Agreed! I own one pair of elasticated loafers and they are my current favorite shoes, I love the suede, and I've been looking for a pair of austerity brogues. Those shoes are pushing all the right buttons with me!
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post

I should have more soon. A big shipment came in from Italy yesterday--fall suits, sportcoats, and a couple overcoats--and it included more summer blazers. They're not exactly the same as the previous fabric, so I'll photograph them and get them listed soon.
I would cuff them, though I prefer 1.75". I think a cuff looks great on these.

Any sports coats in eu44?
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