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Originally Posted by Cleav View Post

I haven't seen a bad fit of Marzotto

If he put his shoes under my bed, I would steal them cool.gif

Agreed! nod[1].gif
post #32 of 190
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

When walking around Milan, you see a lot of very dark suits and black shoes. It may be the younger fashionistas in RTW but it looks good.

I have heard this a couple of times lately, black shoes. Which is odd seeing as I understood black to be anathema to the Italians. I clearly prefer brown shoes and have been on a 5 year tear purchasing them in different shades, styles. Perhaps it's the slim, no break trousers that make them look sharp instead of conservative.
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Any suggestions for an Italian CBD bag i.e. briefcase. I was considering Filson in navy? but want to explore other options (0)
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Beppe+Modenese+Costume+National+Homme+Milan+35IeI-h3JdLl.jpg

Beppe Modenese. Impeccably dressed, if not always in CBD, when I see him around town.
post #37 of 190
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Also, Marzotto needs an appearance. He is, as far as I'm concerned, one of the best dressed men in Italy:



In the top five worldwide !bigstar[1].gif
post #38 of 190
This ^
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seems many of the "older" crown enjoy much more break in their trousers than the younger crowd.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

seems many of the "older" crown enjoy much more break in their trousers than the younger crowd.

Pitti influence?
post #41 of 190
I rarely see a break that is neat and intended as opposed to just slobbery, and the ones above are the latter. There's a misconception that one needs the ankle-flashing Pitti capris to get straight-hanging, breakless trousers... a good tailor can interface the bottom of the trousers to give a clean or slight break pending on preference.
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Still one of my favourites. The very relaxed, natural attitude is sprezzatura. No need for open monkstraps, curled up shirt collars or opened cuff buttons. Not even a PS...

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subscribed!

 

I really like this style alot!

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