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Does anybody know if these Allen Edmonds Yuma boots are Goodyear-welted? My naive understanding is that any visible stitching on the welts indicates welted constructions such as Goodyear, Blake, etc., but I can't be sure at all.

 

 

post #12902 of 15822
i may have found my ideal coat (overcoat/chesterfield type), but the problem is that the length is REALLY long (like, 10-12" longer than ideal) - would a tailor be able to shorten it without mucking it up or should i move on?
post #12903 of 15822
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Originally Posted by xxxamazexxx View Post

 

Crepe sole has a little bounce in it that makes walking or even running more comfortable than in vulcanized-soled sneakers. I can walk a whole day in my crepe-soled chukka boots but an afternoon max in my Superga.

Awesome, think I'm gonna take the plunge then.

post #12904 of 15822

Is it safe to use the same horse dauber to shine shoes after color polishing? 

post #12905 of 15822
If you dont mind the color daubers are cheap anyhow if your that worried and im assuming your buffing nice shoes buy one dauber per a pair.

The cardigan guy dont size down it will look terrible tight.
post #12906 of 15822
What footwear would go well with this black leather bomber jacket:

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It will be worn with blue denim jeans or chinos = navy/stone/charcoal gray/olive aand a casual shirt (OCBS plains, checked, vertical stripe).
But im unsure what type of footwear to buy to wear with the black leather bomber jacket?

I will be wearing the jacket socially: out with friends/girlfriend, to the pub/bar, shops, cinema, restaurants

im 27 by the way

thanks
post #12907 of 15822

that leather jacket looks both cheap and ugly, please don't wear it with anything

post #12908 of 15822
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

If you dont mind the color daubers are cheap anyhow if your that worried and im assuming your buffing nice shoes buy one dauber per a pair.

The cardigan guy dont size down it will look terrible tight.

link?

post #12909 of 15822
http://www.hangerproject.com/shoe-care/polish-brushes-and-applicators.html

$4.50-$9.00 which is cheap compared to the said shoes they be working on which i imagine is a lot more. if you wanted a generic brand made in china you could probably find it even cheaper but these have been working great for me i have 5 altogether combination of the three.
post #12910 of 15822
Is a dress shirt too casual if it has black buttons compared to white buttons? Thanks.
post #12911 of 15822

Anyone know of any other brands besides BBS which have long sleeved t-shirts / henleys with glove cuffs?

post #12912 of 15822
depends on the whole outfit and how comfortable you are wearing it.
post #12913 of 15822
Anyone have any experience with t-shirts from ASOS? I'm considering purchasing a bunch of their t-shirts (mostly blank, a few with discrete patterns/details) and am curious to know their fit. I'm ordering XS since I like my t-shirts (not undershirts) to be on the shorter side. I read in an older thread that their t-shirts run large and to size down. Also what's their quality like? The shirts will range from $13 to $27 so I'm not expecting much but just curious if they're good for their price or junk or incredible.
post #12914 of 15822
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Originally Posted by Joffrey View Post

Anyone have any experience with t-shirts from ASOS? I'm considering purchasing a bunch of their t-shirts (mostly blank, a few with discrete patterns/details) and am curious to know their fit. I'm ordering XS since I like my t-shirts (not undershirts) to be on the shorter side. I read in an older thread that their t-shirts run large and to size down. Also what's their quality like? The shirts will range from $13 to $27 so I'm not expecting much but just curious if they're good for their price or junk or incredible.

I've tried some, but chose to return. The stand out factor for me was that the arm holes were super skinny and seemed out of proportion with the rest of the t-shirt, which was why I returned them.

Uniqlo T-shirts are much better imo.
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