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post #85081 of 98831
I feel like Replacing the buttons on my shirts to press studs. I remember Nanamica / White Mountaineering having those, is it actually better than traditional buttons?
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Thanks for the food recs everyone. Looks like I'll be visiting Mountain View and Sunnyvale as well, so I'll get to enjoy a wide variety of suburban fashion wastelands on my trip, how exciting!

 

In related news, Cherevichkiotvichkis came and are beautiful. Colour goes from light grey to green to blue depending on the light. Unfortunately, I'm getting tons of heel slip, despite them seeming to fit properly; I think it's due to my high arches, but anything I can do other than add a heel cup?

post #85083 of 98831
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

Speaking of digressions, ridiculous shoe owners: How do you deal with ridiculous squeaking? These Margielas are squeaky. Very, very squeaky. Foul sirens at my heels. They herald my entry to fine dining establishments long before I squeak across the threshhold; they draw stares and laughter and opprobrium. Will the squeaking fade with time? Can I treat the rubber or the leather? Is this all just a joke played on me by the Maison?


Thank you.
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Simple solution: buy quality shoes
post #85084 of 98831
surprised by how nice this looks

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Poverty kopped one of the two pairs of Ann Demeulemeester kicks from Yoox because they dropped under $500.  I liked the "rose" owns from this past summer, and the gradient waxed suede taupe and black ones.  (I don't like to wear all black sneakers, so a lot of Ann Demeulemeester kicks are out, even though I like the shapes).  It's a wierd world when under $500 sounds reasonable for sneakers.  

post #85086 of 98831
Have to have these boots, can't find them in beige.. only blue.. WTF!

(they are diemme veronas)

((ceoceo of course snaps are better than buttons))

post #85087 of 98831
those are ugly dude
post #85088 of 98831
I know, but i want them anyway.

http://www.diemmefootwear.com/collections/Verona
post #85089 of 98831
any leads on a nice non-leather backpack (not to technical and no herschel please).
post #85090 of 98831
By saying no technical you are limiting yourself to canvas a lot. Have you looked at IISE or Makr? I only own a daypack from Makr but have felt the fabric for IISE backpack. Its really, really, really nice; the price for this fabric is >=NZ leather (hence the seemingly weird pricing on rucksack and weekender). It is probably as exotic as you can get with natural fabric backpack.
post #85091 of 98831
I love my Goruck GR-1. It's technical but looks pretty discreet.
Edited by ChetB - 10/11/13 at 9:07pm
post #85092 of 98831
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Originally Posted by habitant View Post

I know, but i want them anyway.

http://www.diemmefootwear.com/collections/Verona


I like them.

 

(in b4 "you would")

post #85093 of 98831
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Originally Posted by habitant View Post

I know, but i want them anyway.

http://www.diemmefootwear.com/collections/Verona

i know what you're thinking, but i think a pair of tricker's would work so much better.
post #85094 of 98831
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

Thanks for the food recs everyone. Looks like I'll be visiting Mountain View and Sunnyvale as well, so I'll get to enjoy a wide variety of suburban fashion wastelands on my trip, how exciting!

In related news, Cherevichkiotvichkis came and are beautiful. Colour goes from light grey to green to blue depending on the light. Unfortunately, I'm getting tons of heel slip, despite them seeming to fit properly; I think it's due to my high arches, but anything I can do other than add a heel cup?

if you're getting heel slip, that means they're too big for you in the heel, which is very possible depending on the shape of the last. it's not because of high arches. i have high arches too and i get slippage in some shoes and not others because the heel is larger.
post #85095 of 98831
to fix squeeking in shoes get some wd40 and spray down the stitching.
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