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Thanks!I just e-mailed Jaime about it. I will update this thread when I receive a reply.
I wear a women's 8.5 US, and I have a pair of Robert last double monks in 5.5UK. Fits perfectly.Thanks!
Also anyone know what Men's 5UK translates into a women's US? My wife likes the Inca Walnut DM on the Carmina site and would like to order before the price increase. Thanks!
http://www.styleforum.net/t/338047/skoaktiebolaget-carmina-eg-gg-bonafe-saint-crispins-official-affiliate-thread/16080#post_8045069. It is likely that more limitations, similar to the US policy, will follow internationally.
- Gaziano & Girling – Tony and Dean has a minimum recommended retail price that all retailers must follow – they have said nothing yet in regards of limitations in the US or elsewhere.
- Saint Crispin’s – There is a new price policy regarding non-EU orders. We have been allowed a grace period until August 31 for MTOs and our ready-to-wear stock will not change prices until the new US and International store fronts are ready in September. For non-EU orders prices will start at about €1235 / $1400 USD for base styles including hollowed shoe trees.
In short - anyone that wants to take advantage of the old pricing in SEK should do so before the end of August.
You still have EB & G&G^thanks for posting that for those of us who missed it. I think Carmina will see a sharp decline in sales after their new policy is implemented. I firmly believe Carmina became extremely popular with SF folks because of their quality and price point. Their new price points will make consumers like myself look elsewhere, perhaps Septieme Largeur or even Meermin. Those prices would put them in the same category as J. FitzPatrick footwear, which in my opinion is a pretty damn good shoe.
I suppose I'll have to get my slush fund back up and running quickly! Need to capitalize on the low prices before they go up.
Wow, really like this make up. Too bad it's in Simpson, as that last doesn't fit my feet well.but here is our vegano burdeos (vegano burdeaux / vegano burgundy) in natural light below.