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Currently in Florence. Where to go!

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by MoeMonney, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. MoeMonney

    MoeMonney Member

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    Hello,

    Im in my last day in Florence. I have been looking at various boutiques near the center but I would really like to fing good places to buys some boots and shoes and some shirts and maybe a jacket and some belts. I went on Silvano Lattanzi´s Site but they dont have a boutique in Florence. Can anyone recommend where to go? Currently all I have bought are some beautiful Harris Shoes.

    Regards!
     
  2. P-K-L

    P-K-L Well-Known Member

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    Check out http://www.manninafirenze.com/ - their shop is just south of the ponte vecchio. nearby is another shoe shop that sells cheap driving moccs. Enjoy!
     
  3. davesmith

    davesmith Well-Known Member

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    Frasi - Via dei Federighi
    50123 Firenze

    Madova - Via Dè Guicciardini, 1 50125 Tuscany, Province of Florence, Italy

    Liverano & Liverano - Via dei Fossi 43r a Firenze

    Post pictures please!!
     
  4. comrade

    comrade Well-Known Member

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    Ottino for fine leather goods. I have a briefcase from there
    that is over 20 years old and the lock still works. Earlier
    this year SF member emptym visitied the store at my suggestion
    and puchased an overnight bag (I think).

    http://www.ottino.com/e_negozio.html
     
  5. Stilig

    Stilig Well-Known Member

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    You should really visit Simone Righi at Frasi on via de Fredrerighi 7r, close to Ponte alla Carraia. Close by are also Cucinelli, Sartoria Rossi, Boggi and several other brands. Just south of the bridge, on the eastern side of the road was a shoe store selling what seemed to be very nice shoes for about 150 euros.
     

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