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post #30511 of 35131
Got my first Carminas through during the markdowns as well and they arrived yesterday. They are much more sleek than my typical Barrie and Van lasted Alden (and any Tricker's that I own) and I love them - much more than I thought I would. This could become quite the slippery slope.


post #30512 of 35131
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All of the items from order #10286 have now been shipped:

1x Epaulet Made To Order Trousers Egyptian Khyber Cloth - Pale Yellow Khyber Cloth 1894
1x Epaulet Made To Order Trousers Solid Cottons - Slate Japan Garment Dye 1761

!!!!!!!!!! :slayer:Less than 3 week turnaround!

post #30513 of 35131
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Originally Posted by Michigan Planner View Post

Got my first Carminas through during the markdowns as well and they arrived yesterday. They are much more sleek than my typical Barrie and Van lasted Alden (and any Tricker's that I own) and I love them - much more than I thought I would. This could become quite the slippery slope.
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Nice! How do you find the sizing of those Carmina split toes compared to your Barrie lasted shoes? Did you size it per Epaulet's recommendation (UK size = 0.5 down from Barrie size)?
post #30514 of 35131
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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

Nice! How do you find the sizing of those Carmina split toes compared to your Barrie lasted shoes? Did you size it per Epaulet's recommendation (UK size = 0.5 down from Barrie size)?

I did follow Epaulet's advice. I went with a UK7/US8 and my typical Barrie lasted Alden is a 7.5. These fit great.
post #30515 of 35131
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Originally Posted by Michigan Planner View Post

I did follow Epaulet's advice. I went with a UK7/US8 and my typical Barrie lasted Alden is a 7.5. These fit great.

Is your foot average width? I heard these fit quite snug.
post #30516 of 35131
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post


I saw that, but two observations:

a) the medallion is way too large; it looks golf ball

B) the antique cognac looks much darker than the same shade looks in product photos over at No Man Walks Alone. I can't wrap my head around what it will look like in person.

Plus, I think I'd need a size 41.5 (US8D).

Well - just picked up the last pair.  The pics on NMWA sold me.  Lets hope they fit :-P

post #30517 of 35131
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

Is your foot average width? I heard these fit quite snug.

I do have wider feet and generally prefer an E width. These are snug but not uncomfortably so. The normal width on these isn't as narrow as something like Alden's Leydon last which was unwearable in D for me.
post #30518 of 35131

Duck Driggs today

 

post #30519 of 35131
Amazing ensemble, Don!
post #30520 of 35131
Definitely. Love the colors @Don L
post #30521 of 35131
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Originally Posted by Michigan Planner View Post

I do have wider feet and generally prefer an E width. These are snug but not uncomfortably so. The normal width on these isn't as narrow as something like Alden's Leydon last which was unwearable in D for me.

Very helpful - thanks!
post #30522 of 35131
Hey Mike, any updates on the unstructured sportcoats?? Really looking forward to picking one up...Thanks
post #30523 of 35131

Blue Canvas Doyle or LBM 1911 Chambray were today's choices

 

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Alden Choco Suede 6-Eye Chukka

Liberty Tie


Edited by Don L - 6/13/14 at 7:57am
post #30524 of 35131
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Originally Posted by Don L View Post
 

Blue Canvas Doyle or LBM 1911 Chambray were today's choices

 

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NFS Selvedge

Alden Choco Suede 6-Eye Chukka

Liberty Tie

Don,

The answer is yes.

There is no wrong answer.

I prefer the 1911 for myself, but the Doyle is fantastic as well.

post #30525 of 35131

I like the LBM 1911 slightly better with the rest of the look but either work great

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