Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by w.o.e.is.me., May 3, 2011.
Same here but I would rather my shoe be a bit large than too small.
Is it really a cafe au lait colour on the vamp?
with this particular pair, yeah. i usually dont take creme with my coffee but these look delicious. My pair is due to arrive later this week and im hoping the they did a good color matching job. If its anything like the "cafe au lait" pair then ill be a happy shoe whore
these look great! the suede looks suple and soft. nice kop
Im going to Paris next month, how much are those? They look amazing!
510 euro, 430 after vat deduction. shipping extra
Since I live in Sweden and am going to pick them up at the store Im not eligible for the vad deduction, thus the price is a bit too high for a poor student Anyway I hope they have the same model in calf skin or suede which should bring down the price quite alot.
Mail order brides are such a risk........................................
I've never seen an ugly woman from Mallorca. Its all about the geography. In the Caucasus your chances are 50/50, but from anywhere on the Mediterranean your pretty good to go, 360.
Namor, you bastard!!! I saw those same shoes in Paris and wanted them badly, but they were out of my size. I don't think it is a stock model, however; they told me it was a special edition only for the Paris store and they weren't planning on a restock any time soon.
Did these come in yet? I want to see them in real life pics!!! I also want to know how they fit compared to the Rain Last Snuff Suede Brogues.
Haven't been home yet to check-stuck at work. I asked Betty to send me a notice before they ship but I havent received one yet. Then again, I've asked before and she's never done it. Lol
Did you order them through Betty or directly from Paris? I've tried for weeks in short, very specific emails to get in touch w/ her but get no reply. In the past she has usually gotten back to me fairly quickly.
Ordered from the fair Bettina.
anyone know the model number of these carminas?
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