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x-post from our affiliate thread. some new carmina arrivals :) enjoy!

 

 

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You could always order a navy shell belt from Carmina.  They are pretty reasonably priced considering they are shell.  Alternatively I've read that some folks will take a black belt and go over it with navy polish.  But I wouldn't want that coming off on my pants.

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Ruby shell Carminas today.
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Ruby shell Carminas today.

 

Yasss

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X-post from GF - the split toe grain boots are pretty sweet.  Excellent combination of ruggedness and elegance.

 

 

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X-post from GF - the split toe grain boots are pretty sweet.  Excellent combination of ruggedness and elegance.


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Those are awesome. It seems that split toes are really popular these days.
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Congrats RogerP
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Yasss

 

I really think this is Carmina's best model by a country mile. I've sold or am selling all my other Carminas (mostly due to fit or just never wearing them -- I'm more of an Alden guy, I think), but I will keep these forever.

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I really think this is Carmina's best model by a country mile. I've sold or am selling all my other Carminas (mostly due to fit or just never wearing them -- I'm more of an Alden guy, I think), but I will keep these forever.

I've come close to buying those, but I'm afraid that if I accidentally click my heels together I will wake up in Kansas. Just kidding - those are fantastic shoes and if I had a bit more courage I would already have a pair. What do you usually wear them with? Light gray colors?
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Why can't we get these for a GMTO in Cognac Shell Cordovan:

 

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On Reddit maybe...???

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That settles it. I'm getting a pair. I'm going to have to figure out what kind of belt I can get away with wearing with those. I've never owned navy shoes before.

Hi,

I just noticed that Gentlemen's Footwear presently stocks a CARMINA belt in navy calf. This way you wouldn't have to go to cordovan price level if you don't want to and it is even in sale! I don't know your size but they say that the belts are adjustable. At any rate, take a look.

Cheers,

Dimitris
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I've come close to buying those, but I'm afraid that if I accidentally click my heels together I will wake up in Kansas. Just kidding - those are fantastic shoes and if I had a bit more courage I would already have a pair. What do you usually wear them with? Light gray colors?

 

I find that these are actually my most complimented pair, by far. I do usually wear them with light gray pants (like today). I have also worn them with light tan or beige, but light gray definitely works better, and I have an AE Dark Chili Manistee belt that goes with these quite nicely (just gotta pick the "reddest" belt from the rack).

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Why can't we get these for a GMTO in Cognac Shell Cordovan:

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On Reddit maybe...???

Don't look at me, LOL.
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Hey @Jazzmenco these boots are awsome; could you share with us the make-up details?

Thank you

Dimitris
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