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RL Leather Messenger

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Mark Cross leather-covered flask and four cups. Good vintage condition. Made in Germany (US Zone). Unusual and very cool.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-US-Zone-AHS-Mark-Cross-Flask-with-Leather-cover-4-cups-/251315748094?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a8395fcfe#ht_1945wt_1003
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Originally Posted by 518aata View Post

Mark Cross leather-covered flask and four cups. Good vintage condition. Made in Germany (US Zone). Unusual and very cool.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-US-Zone-AHS-Mark-Cross-Flask-with-Leather-cover-4-cups-/251315748094?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a8395fcfe#ht_1945wt_1003

Wow. I never knew I needed that thing until just now. Nice!
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

RLPL Norvegese 9D

he got some sweet tom ford tie as well
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

he got some sweet tom ford tie as well

Linkage? I can't see his other items for some reason.
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By the way has anyone ever seen 3 button RLBL (but still says Anthony)

http://www.ebay.com/itm/3K-Lux-Ralph-Lauren-Black-Label-RLBL-Made-in-Italy-Caruso-38R-Blue-Stripe-Suit-/161076439378?pt=US_CSA_MC_Suits&hash=item2580e76952

I 'pm the seller, he say the tag instead says ANTH (so not Austin/Daniel/ or the N something model RLBL also have)
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Here's a less gestapo-y leather trench coat

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More 1970's swiss Bond villain.
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Originally Posted by MHattwick View Post

I like them but I find it difficult to match them with any of  clothes. They are casual enough that they wouldn't really go well with a more formal suit(perhaps a light brown casual suit but even then) while being too formal to wear with a nice, dress shirt. They seem like the shoes of a school-teacher or college professor.


I have similar shoes with a vibram half soles that I wear in bad weather, slush,rain with flannels or jeans.  Works good then, but I agree with your statement above.  They are kind of in a no-mans zone, good to fill in gaps when the staple shoes are already there.

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I have a very similar pair and wear them, not with a suit, though with many brown based tie/jacket combinations.. for example dark brown trousers with tan linen jacket or lighter brown/tan pants with darker brown jackets (of which I have several).. I have a few blue ties with brown pattern to tie it in.. I find the split tow perfect for these outfits..
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