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From April 6-16 you can get 30% off Polo.com

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Originally Posted by chorse123
Darlton bluchers (black) should go down to around $200. Not bad.

And yet, still not that much better of a shoe than an equivalent AE - the harrison.... which can frequently be had for $120-$160 from Ebay and $160 from STP.

Now, if the shell cordovans or Mackays were available for the double dip, that would be another matter.
 

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Originally Posted by LabelKing
King Babar of the Elephants.

He was a well-dressed pachyderm.

He's showing nice cuff!
 

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I think the jacket might be a little short for him. Is it Thom Browne?
 

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I'm not sure if Thom Browne does three-pieces in green though. If I recall Babar had his suits tailored in France with the Old Lady?
Peak lapels.
Double-breasted.
 

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