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post #106 of 147
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post

OP is setting up for disappointment. Eight suits from four makers when only one can be best. Six of the eight will be less than best = Paddock is disappoint.
Let's try to prevent this somehow.

 

I think each one can be unique and best in their own way, maybe, If you have some other suggestions, feel free to reply.

post #107 of 147
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post


Huntsman and A&S could be on the Pass/Fail system.

 

Can you explain yourself?

post #108 of 147
Last week, a man chased me down a half block to ask the name of my tailor.
He was very nice, so I told him. I even gave him the phone number and e-mail address. That information would probably be helpful to the OP.
post #109 of 147
Thread Starter 

Ok, thank you guys, for bespoke shoes where should I go?

post #110 of 147
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Originally Posted by Paddock View Post

Ok, thank you guys, for bespoke shoes where should I go?
France
post #111 of 147
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

France
+1

Without question, Louis Vuitton makes the best shoes in the world. Our local expert, Hermes Man, can vouch for that.
post #112 of 147
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Originally Posted by Fraiche View Post

+1
Without question, Louis Vuitton makes the best shoes in the world. Our local expert, Hermes Man, can vouch for that.

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post #113 of 147
The closet Louis Vuitton store where I live is in Charleston, SC. (three hour drive to get there)
post #114 of 147
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

Last week, a man chased me down a half block to ask the name of my tailor.

To help me picture this (something important to me), were you:

(a) Walking at a leisurely pace, noting window displays and any Downtown hotties.

(b) Running at top speed, trying to evade him, but in the end, getting overtaken by his youth, long stride, and superior mixed martial arts training?

Thank you.
post #115 of 147
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

France

Excellent cheese in that country, as well.
post #116 of 147
The wine is ok, too.
post #117 of 147
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

Last week, a man chased me down a half block to ask the name of my tailor.
He was very nice, so I told him. I even gave him the phone number and e-mail address. That information would probably be helpful to the OP.

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post #118 of 147
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

The wine is ok, too.

Nothing beats their croissants.
post #119 of 147
Thread Starter 

Come on guys, LV has crap shoes, I want a great bespoke shine shoe, Berluti or Lobb?

post #120 of 147
W.S. Foster & Sons
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