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Here are my shoes, sneakers excluded: from top left: gucci sneakers, allen edmonds park avenue, church's grafton, alden suede penny loafer: from top left: alden tassel mocassin, tricker's black kensington, alden straight tip bal in suede 2235, car shoe suede tassel mocassin, church's darwin in chestnut calf, duca d'aosta brown double monk: close up of the previous: casual shoes, from top left: sabelt, gucci, suede pantofola d'oro, leather pantofola d'oro: and here is a close-up of my leather pantofola d'oro: my next shoes will be: cleverley loafer style 79 (I will be in London next week, so I will buy them for sure.): edward green wingtip...but I don't know which style... Berluti club. Any other advice?
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Holy cow man .. Have you more than two legs ? Are you a centipede ? Save some for the rest of us. Seriously, great collection.
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any advice on what to buy next?
Yes - stocks and bonds......
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Unless you have more than one pair of legs, you need no more shoes. Nice collection. If you must, get a pair of U last Vass shoes - I wish I had the cash for them. You could also use some casual boots, now, come to think of it. Personally, I like Costume National, Dries van Noten, and Henry Beguelin, but that's just me.
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I like the suede Alden penny loafers
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[quote=LA Guy,May 19 2005,12:06]Unless you have more than one pair of legs, you need no more shoes.  Nice collection.  If you must, get a pair of U last Vass shoes - I wish I had the cash for them.  You could also use some casual boots, now, come to think of it.  Personally, I like Costume National, Dries van Noten, and Henry Beguelin, but that's just me. Costume national shoes are fine, I know. But I never heard of henry beguelin...is he french? And yes, I forgot to mention Vass among my next purchases, U last for sure..  
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Why no Santoni, Lattanzi or Bonora? I quite like those. But I must say that you have a very nice collection I've just started myself
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Why no Santoni, Lattanzi or Bonora? I quite like those. But I must say that you have a very nice collection I've just started myself
I don't like Lattanzi styles. I agree some Santoni are nice, but I always prefer british-american style, except for casual shoes.
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Yes, I really think you need a pair of Vass U-last shoes...in US 11.5D...and since you look like you're short of closet space I could store them for you....
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(Roy @ May 19 2005,12:17) Why no Santoni, Lattanzi or Bonora? I quite like those. But I must say that you have a very nice collection I've just started myself
I don't like Lattanzi styles. I agree some Santoni are nice, but I always prefer british-american style, except for casual shoes.
Funny, quite a few Italians I know prefer English shoes over Italian. What's next? Trading in your Ferrari for a Aston Martin I saw that you wanted to buy the Berluti Club, now that is a beautiful shoe. It's on my wish list as well.
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Funny, quite a few Italians I know prefer English shoes over Italian. What's next? Trading in your Ferrari for a Aston Martin I saw that you wanted to buy the Berluti Club, now that is a beautiful shoe. It's on my wish list as well.
my alfa romeo 147 for a Bentley continental GT? Not a bad deal. Roy, come to Milano and we go straight to the Berluti store in Via Verri.
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(Roy @ May 19 2005,12:35) Funny, quite a few Italians I know prefer English shoes over Italian. What's next? Trading in your Ferrari for a Aston Martin I saw that you wanted to buy the Berluti Club, now that is a beautiful shoe. It's on my wish list as well.
my alfa romeo 147 for a Bentley continental GT? Not a bad deal. Roy, come to Milano and we go straight to the Berluti store in Via Verri.
Milano is on my wish list as well. Sounds like a great deal What would be the best time to visit Milano? With a few friends of mine I make a city trip every couple of months and Milan is basically the next city we want to visit.
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What would be the best time to visit Milano? With a few friends of mine I make a city trip every couple of months and Milan is basically the next city we want to visit.
You can come from April to July and from mid-september to October. The summer sales begin in mid-july. Many many many interesting shops to visit: berluti, marinella, borrelli, kiton, church's, brioni, brooks brothers and so on......
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