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post #76 of 1752
Funny, I have sleek, dark brown chukkas with a leather sole and want scotch grain on Dainite. Have the suede on Dainite too.
post #77 of 1752
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

the dress was in 'quotes' because I realize there is no such thing, technically speaking. I just meant a dressier version than the ones I have, which are suede on vibram soles and scotch grain on danite. I want a sleek, dark brown calf version on a leather sole.

given up on the chelseas? biggrin.gif

actually, i have to curate two boxes full of shoes - twentytwo pairs - and i desperatly hope, that none of them fits me...
post #78 of 1752
I'd be happy with a pair like your EG's too.
post #79 of 1752
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I'd be happy with a pair like your EG's too.

me? i don't have EG's. tbh, i'm not a fan of the "AE for the rich" biggrin.gif

philo vance is the master of EG. i'm familiar with the austro-hungarian things, though.
post #80 of 1752
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given up on the chelseas? biggrin.gif
actually, i have to curate two boxes full of shoes - twentytwo pairs - and i desperatly hope, that none of them fits me...

You know how to get in touch with me if you come across something in the vicinity of 41s biggrin.gif
post #81 of 1752
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You know how to get in touch with me if you come across something in the vicinity of 41s biggrin.gif

sure, you're welcome.
post #82 of 1752
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

me? i don't have EG's. tbh, i'm not a fan of the "AE for the rich" biggrin.gif
philo vance is the master of EG. i'm familiar with the austro-hungarian things, though.

I was talking about Doc's EGs
post #83 of 1752
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

the dress was in 'quotes' because I realize there is no such thing, technically speaking. I just meant a dressier version than the ones I have, which are suede on vibram soles and scotch grain on danite. I want a sleek, dark brown calf version on a leather sole.

Saint Crispin's are really nice for that.
post #84 of 1752
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I was talking about Doc's EGs

oh, i can't see his posts. nvm.
post #85 of 1752
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Saint Crispin's are really nice for that.

orly, they look quite strange to me? not? sad dog comes to my mind...
post #86 of 1752
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

I'd be happy with a pair like your EG's too.

I actually ordered a pair of scotch grain on Dainite from across the sea, but they didn't fit. They'll go to B&S sooner or later.
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oh, i can't see his posts. nvm.

I'm both heartbroken and flattered.
post #87 of 1752
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Saint Crispin's are really nice for that.

St. Cripins are my favorite RTW line probably, but I'm not quite big time enough for those.

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I'm both heartbroken and flattered.

I'm merely baffled.
post #88 of 1752
Samuelsohn, obviously a respectable suit maker, has used this photo twice in two days to promote themselves on facebook, and they say he's 'lookin' good'. WTF? It obvioulsy hasn't been tailored at all and it looks like he's wearing a suit because his Mom told him he has to, not becuase he wants to... dissapointing PR bullshit.

post #89 of 1752
Social media marketing tends to care more about fameballing than product quality. Especially if it's agency or intern work.
post #90 of 1752
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I saw that sweater when you first posted it and it really looks like it fits well. I'm googling them right now. Most of my more fitted Italian sweaters look better on me but I feel more restricted in them. I suppose it's a trade-off.

Try here. I think these will give a bit, because the weave is loose, so they'll feel less restricted. You might want to size up.
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