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jester - got em from leatherfoot.com. they are size 11.5UK. same as my simpson last carminas from the armoury, and all my GGs. .5 size down from my US size 12.

diaz - thanks for clarifying that.

Wow... I wear a US11-11.5 and my UK10.5 Carmina Inca Double Monks, exact same as yours, are a half size too big for my taste. Either way, congrats on finding them in your size.

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Wow... I wear a US11-11.5 and my UK10.5 Carmina Inca Double Monks, exact same as yours, are a half size too big for my taste. Either way, congrats on finding them in your size.

thanks, man. nailing down my size in different makers was such a chore. its a big factor in why i stick with the 2 or 3 makers that i know what size and what last feels right for me. i think id need to do in person try ons with other makers before i would consider branching out. the need is no longer as pressing as it once felt.
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thanks, man. nailing down my size in different makers was such a chore. its a big factor in why i stick with the 2 or 3 makers that i know what size and what last feels right for me. i think id need to do in person try ons with other makers before i would consider branching out. the need is no longer as pressing as it once felt.

I know how you feel. And it's not just the sizing, it's the leathers. I have 10UK Uetams in Suede that fit semi-snug and 10.5 Uetams in Suede that fit semi-loose. I ordered some Uetams in shell, 10UK and am scared shitless they won't fit due to the stiffness of shell vs the forgiving Suede. I've been extremely lucky so far. The only shoes that don't fit the way I'd really like are the 10.5UK Inca lasts. But I'll deal. 

 

I'm extremely lucky my EG's fit like a glove, and so do my Simpsons. Winning on the first try (or only try depending on the situation) is always fantastic.

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Looking good, Stitchy.
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gentlemen
yesterday and tooday, the treacherous, windswept crag conquered by hillary and norgay feels less like everest and more like my throat. 

Do you need someone to bring you some chicken soup? Sorry that you're under the weather.
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Wedding of a StyFo lurker (he's got maybe 10 posts?). The best man was someone the groom met on the Korean style forum.

 

 

Also, if there was an award for greatest disparity between clothing and picture background, I'd have to win it, right?

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Looking good, Stitchy.

thanks, mang. i had your advice in mind when i made the pairing. fistbump.gif
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jester - i hope the new shoes work out.
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Wow, I notice that no one here actually wears his suit "traditionally." By that I mean a plain solid suit with white shirt and a tie. Everyone is like a freaking trendy. I wish I can go to work dressed like you guys but it's white shirt/blue shirt and "conservative" suits for everyone here in the Capitol 

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Haven't you seen my CBD outfits of the past 3 weeks?
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Do you need someone to bring you some chicken soup? Sorry that you're under the weather.

 

thanks crusty - seamless has me covered.

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Wow, I notice that no one here actually wears his suit "traditionally." By that I mean a plain solid suit with white shirt and a tie. Everyone is like a freaking trendy. I wish I can go to work dressed like you guys but it's white shirt/blue shirt and "conservative" suits for everyone here in the Capitol 

well, profession certainly plays a big factor, and for most people here (i think), unless you are going to a wedding or a formal event, a solid navy suit and white shirt with a plain tie, would be glaringly too formal for the surroundings.

also, the group think of SF really is against white shirts, outside of the most formal of fits. i dont exactly love that thought, but it is what prevails here, for better or for worse.
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well, profession certainly plays a big factor, and for most people here (i think), unless you are going to a wedding or a formal event, a solid navy suit and white shirt with a plain tie, would be glaringly too formal for the surroundings.

also, the group think of SF really is against white shirts, outside of the most formal of fits. i dont exactly love that thought, but it is what prevails here, for better or for worse.

Well, the company policy is suit and tie only. I wish I can go GQ

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Well, the company policy is suit and tie only. I wish I can go GQ

That's too bad, because many Reps and Senators dress like shit.

Funny, 'cause GQ is generally frowned upon by many SF members.
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That's too bad, because many Reps and Senators dress like shit.

Funny, 'cause GQ is generally frowned upon by many SF members.

 

the thin [red]/[blue] line.

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Well, the company policy is suit and tie only. I wish I can go GQ

there is lots do with suit and tie that can be great.
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That's too bad, because many Reps and Senators dress like shit.
Funny, 'cause GQ is generally frowned upon by many SF members.

lol because its true on both.

no h8, rudals.
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