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post #5626 of 10098
Bienvenue Luis, merci pour les belles photos!
post #5627 of 10098
Many thanks, Luis. Many of us on this forum have heard about the fantastic models that are available in the Paris store, but without visiting, it is very difficult to know what is available. Thank you so much for stopping by today.

Please feel free to keep posting photos of what is available. I'm sure you will generate many more sales for your store.
post #5628 of 10098
Can't get over that burgundy dub monk. So nice.
post #5629 of 10098
Very close to giving in and emailing Betty for a pair of those double monks.
post #5630 of 10098
Might as well post all the sexy shoes. This is the shoe porn thread after all
post #5631 of 10098
Ha, glad to see Luis on the forum. I bumped into him a couple months ago and was thoroughly helpful. Speaks english too. Something i took for granted when visiting the Barcelona shop
post #5632 of 10098
Ha, glad to see Luis on the forum. I bumped into him a couple months ago and was thoroughly helpful. Speaks english too. Something i took for granted when visiting the Barcelona shop
post #5633 of 10098
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Originally Posted by LuisCF View Post

AppleMark

80105 Simpson "Patinee" Blue Violet, MTO made in Paris Shop price of the MTO included the painting and polished 675€TI Taxes off 594€ Delivery EU and America Central, East coast, 35€ America West Asia and Oceania 50€

Those are one handsome pair of shoes.

 

 

Congrats!!!

post #5634 of 10098
Hi Everyone,

I am relatively new to Carminas. My first pair were from Epaulet. I ordered a pair a couple of days ago from the Carmina e-store to the US. Any idea how long they take to process it? What people's wait times have been like? Customer service?

Thanks.
post #5635 of 10098
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Originally Posted by LuisCF View Post

AppleMark

80105 Simpson "Patinee" Blue Violet, MTO made in Paris Shop price of the MTO included the painting and polished 675€TI Taxes off 594€ Delivery EU and America Central, East coast, 35€ America West Asia and Oceania 50€

 

   LuisCF & these photos are what Carmina have been missing in this thread.   Adds even more validity to the brand imo

   a TRUE MTO program of modifications to existing styles would be icing on the cake

post #5636 of 10098
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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

Welcome, Luis! I was in the Paris store in June. Miho was a great help in figuring out my size in several lasts and shipping shoes back to the US. It will be great to have the opportunity to see more of what you have in the Paris store.

Yes the service in carmina Paris is excellent, makes shopping for shoes extremely enjoyable
post #5637 of 10098
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Originally Posted by LuisCF View Post

Hi forum people..... I just started being part of the forum and as much as I can help for your orders to the Fabric or our store in Paris Ill be happy to advice you and keep making that Carmina show to the world how fantastic are our shoes.
Here you have one of the best sellers in Paris this summer 2013..

Hi, I would be interested to find out if you still have these shoes in stock. Saw them in an earlier post and been infatuated even since.
Thanks.
post #5638 of 10098
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Fully agree with that! Navy is a fatal attraction.

 

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There is nothing to dislike about navy shoes...other than the drain from my bank account.

Hey.. I've got a Navy Shell Full Strap Uetam loafer on the way. So, I shall be part of the club soon. I can't see wearing a navy shoe like the delightful one in the picture outside of the house unless it was extremely casual. They're aesthetically pleasing for me, just like G&G's Racing Green. But it'd be a high cost-per-wear since I would never wear them.

 

The loafers, however, will get worn all the time. Mmmmm.

post #5639 of 10098
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Originally Posted by mrjester View Post

Hey.. I've got a Navy Shell Full Strap Uetam loafer on the way. So, I shall be part of the club soon. I can't see wearing a navy shoe like the delightful one in the picture outside of the house unless it was extremely casual. They're aesthetically pleasing for me, just like G&G's Racing Green. But it'd be a high cost-per-wear since I would never wear them.

The loafers, however, will get worn all the time. Mmmmm.

I have a pair of Bontonis in that purpleish color and they are easy to wear with navy and grey when you pair it back to purples and or blues up too.

The pair above looks nice but a little costumey
post #5640 of 10098
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post


I have a pair of Bontonis in that purpleish color and they are easy to wear with navy and grey when you pair it back to purples and or blues up too.

The pair above looks nice but a little costumey

I guess this comes down to me being a little closed-minded in the shoe department. You're pretty adventurous. The navy loafers will be the extent of my craziness in shoes.

 

Which I can't wait for.

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