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  1. arenn1

    Spectators

    Search the archives - there's at least one 7 page thread on this topic complete with lots of pics. I had it bookmarked, but it appears all the old links have changed in a not easily reparable manner.
  2. arenn1

    The Ultimate Collection of Shoe Porn

    Has anyone actually tried to order from amazon.co.jp? My regular amazon.com username and password don't work on the site. I'd hate to think about what I might be typing into fields if I tried to register from scratch.
  3. arenn1

    Edward Green sale

    When does the EG sale end?
  4. arenn1

    Visting Brussels

    I should probably have mentioned that both Brunneau and Comme Chez Soi are very expensive Michelin starred restaurants. Be prepared to dress and pay accordingly.
  5. arenn1

    Visting Brussels

    A few recommendations on Belgium. Firstly, it contains one of the world's greatest restaurants in Brunneau, which IMO outclasses the more famous Comme Chez Soi in every regard (or at least did when I visited a couple years ago). You also can't go wrong just grabbing a waffle or cone of greasy...
  6. arenn1

    Going to London

    Hi. I'm in London as we speak. Clothing prices are ridiculous here, so it's definitely not worth buying anything you can get at home, even with a VAT refund. I checked out Duffer. That Atelier LaDurance was definitely a cool jean, but they did not have my size. Duffer in general seemed to assume...
  7. arenn1

    Men's spas in NYC

    That's a classic. I'm glad I didn't eat any meals recently.
  8. arenn1

    Going to London

    Thanks for the info, gents.
  9. arenn1

    Going to London

    Hi. I'm going to London in a couple weeks. Can any of you denim gurus suggest some good brands or places to buy them? I'd be partial to finding something not available in the US. Thx.
  10. arenn1

    Chicago Vs. NYC

    As someone once said, New York is the best city in the world. Chicago is the best city in the world to live in.
  11. arenn1

    Alden sizing

    My experience has been Alden sizes are prone to vary significant from standard. Alden of Carmel publishes a conversion chart, but I would want to be sure to try on a pair made from your particularly last. http://www.alden-of-carmel.com/Catalog....ing.htm The Barrie last definitely fits large...
  12. arenn1

    The Official Whisk(e)y Thread

    Someone upthread mentioned Midleton Very Rare. Let me just second this recommendation. It's an Irish whiskey, which puts it in a less followed category, which is a shame in my opinion. This is simply the best whiskey I've ever tasted. Period.
  13. arenn1

    Eye Moisturizers

    Yeah, you look at these ingrediants, and nothing jumps out as being worth $60/ounce. I think that Kiehl's brags about amino acids from the bottom of the ocean to make it sounds like they have some high cost harvesting operation. I do find it interesting how different the formulations of these...
  14. arenn1

    Eye Moisturizers

    Ok, I've seen posted on here that people should use a separate eye moisturizer. I presume this means an SPF version by day as well. I also saw the Baxter's of California products touted here, so I picked some up. Here are my questions: 1. Why do we need a separate eye moisturizer exactly? The...
  15. arenn1

    Oxxford Crest

    I own an Oxxford Crest suit. I can attest that the shoulders are very boxy. It almost reminds me of what I think of as a late 80's power suit - like a Hugo Boss with those padded shoulders. Truthfully, I'm not a huge fan of the shoulders in retrospect. I don't notice anything abnormal about the...
  16. arenn1

    TERRIBLE Posture

    My posture is terrible. I have always walked with my head down, instead of straight up, facing ahead. I have to constantly, consciously remind myself to stand straight up. I trace the origin of this to childhood when I lived in the country and had to watch where I stepped, since my house was...
  17. arenn1

    Carlo Franco shirts

    Let me just chime in to say that I think the Carlo Franco shirts are an even better value than the ties. At $120 they can't be beat. The white herringbone and the blue/white nailhead are my favorites. I do think that the shirts may be a bit too luxurious for office wear, but I don't let that...
  18. arenn1

    I want spectator shoes

    I'm not a genius on the Mezlan brand, but I did just recently see a collection of them largely priced at well under $300/pair. Nothing in allilgator, but I also saw nothing that impressed at the $1100 level. Clearly inferior to most quality dress shoes I've seen. Could I be mistaken on the brand...
  19. arenn1

    I want spectator shoes

    Here's the pictures. I've never tried embedding images on this site, so keep your fingers crossed. If someone is really interested in purchasing these and wants to see the high res images, I can probably arrange to get you copies of those.
  20. arenn1

    I want spectator shoes

    The spectators aren't to my taste, but the plain toe derby is an amazing shoe. I want it. BTW: When I showed my wife the spectators I bought, she thought I'd gone off the deep end. Doesn't think there's anything I can actually wear them with. She says I'll need to buy all new clothes. (There's...

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