Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by w.o.e.is.me., May 3, 2011.
Carmina in the middle.
Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post
Suede and calf combo is hard to pull off
unless you are woe is me
i wouldn't put it past me.
its a thankless job, but somebody's gotta be that guy.
Why do all the dark-brown shoes look light brown on the site? Are they that light?
I'm not a big fan of it either, but you have to remember that unless you're wearing it with shorts, the boot is covered from the ankle up.
They are not. This is more true to their color.
What is the shipping and VAT?
If you create an account and set your country to wherever you live, I think the site will automatically adjust prices to show you the price after VAT reduction. For me, it was a reduction of about 15%. Shipping was 40euros for 1 pair, 50 I believe for two. That too you can see if you have an account and add items to your cart.
What do people think of these shoes...what could one wear these with?
Do all carmina have pronounced welting like that or only the shell stuff?
I stopped in to the Nettleton Shop off of Pittsburgh's Market Square this week and the owner, Scott, mentioned that he will carry Carmina this fall. Expecting delivery of severl different models in October. Mostly Forest last, as I recall, but also a cognac cordovan longwing on the Detroit. That sounds pretty nice, though I have no idea how it would fit. Give him a call, perhaps. He was a pleasure to talk with.
As a Carmina reseller, you can spec pretty much anything you like. Depends on the person placing the order really.
Great. I really want a carmina MTO in cordovan....looking forward to stop by when you open.
Maybe you won't even have to go MTO, we're carying the following in Cordovan,
Wingtip Oxford on Forest last in Burgundy Cordovan
High Lace up Balmoral boot on Robert last in Cognac Cordovan
Split Toe Derby on Queens last in Saddle Cordovan
Either way you are welcome from October 11.
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