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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Master-Classter, Sep 28, 2008.

  1. apple1989

    apple1989 New Member

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    In my opinion,A gentleman will match his socks to his mood,A businessman will match his sock to his trouser color.[​IMG]
     


  2. easy_golfing

    easy_golfing Senior member

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    Tried on some Lombard's and feel comfy, but when I walk it feels like my heel could come out of the shoe although I don't think it ever will. Is this considered heel slippage? There was no gap in the back, so I don't think its too large. Will this go away after they've been broken in?

    Also, best to get a little snug because itll stretch out over time? How would I know if it is too tight at the sides?
     


  3. mr.orange

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    Ah yeah AE Lombards are very nice and an essential IMO. Have an SA help you find your shoe size and shoe width.
     


  4. RicPac

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    i went to a AE store to buy the lombards and the salesman said that they should all go on big discount sale soon because AE is discontinuing them.
     


  5. mr.orange

    mr.orange Senior member

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    ^^^ daaaaaamn. that's unfortunate.
     


  6. RicPac

    RicPac Senior member

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    very as i wanted to purchase them but the guy said they are all out and there wont be anymore [​IMG]. so i picked up the mcallisters instead
     


  7. BlacKidLA

    BlacKidLA Senior member

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    Anyone know of a good black pair of office/dress shoes for around $200-250?
     


  8. BlueHorseShoe

    BlueHorseShoe Senior member

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    Can someone point me in the direction of a nice pair of leather thong sandals?
     


  9. mr.orange

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  10. mr.orange

    mr.orange Senior member

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    dude...sandals?
     


  11. impolyt_one

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    I can't believe I'm asking this question here, but I was at my tailor's, referring my friend for a suit and was there for the commission, and I got too excited and got myself another bespoke commissioned as well - it's a grey cloth with purple stripes. I like the fabric, it feels decent and I like the colors, but I'm about to pick it up and I have no idea what palette of colors I can make work with this thing... :confused: Anybody with decent taste got any suggestions? I don't like anything loud.
     


  12. mr.orange

    mr.orange Senior member

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    uhh is the picture like broken?
     


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    Tried making a post about this, but it was held back because I just joined. Then I noticed this thread. Really need help finding a cap like this. It is not an ordinary flatcap/newboy/driver's cap. Note the very short brim, lack of button on top and a few other unusual details. I have been searching on and off for over a year trying to find one of these. Never even seen another one. Please help!

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  14. BlueHorseShoe

    BlueHorseShoe Senior member

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    uh yeah dude... it's hot. :hide:
     


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