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Luciano Barbera: 1. The double pleat 2. The Mid Atlantic Pant Cuff Length (Pics)

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"Italy's classiest classicist, Luciano Barbera" - Alan Flusser
Your thoughts?
Double your diimple:

Your Shoes on display:
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The photos I've seen show a little too many gimmicks for my taste. I think one or two affectations are fine, ewspecially for the more sober patterns and colours the Italians favour, but more than that is too much. The second picture is nice.
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Originally Posted by whoopee
The photos I've seen show a little too many gimmicks for my taste. I think one or two affectations are fine, ewspecially for the more sober patterns and colours the Italians favour, but more than that is too much.

The second picture is nice.

---One of the things I love about narrow pants is that they display those lovely shoes we all love so much. My pants are real close to this length, maybe a tad longer. I had to work with Despos to get a slit tilt higher in the front, at about 4cm off the heel, and it seems to balance and flow better. Definitly can be a bit tricky to get the perfect look in your own eye.

I've never worn the double dimple. But its interesting.
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