Ferragamo Newland Cap-toe?

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  1. mg428

    mg428 Senior member

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    mishon Senior member

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    Dont own it. It is from the "regular" Lavorazione line. Depends on the price and the look, although the Ferragamo will likely be the "sleeker" of the two.
     


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    eh, you can do better on shoe and price. fwiw, SF outlets usually do their annual firesale in a couple weeks.
     


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    Master-Classter Senior member

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    I looked at these at Harry Rosens (selling for $550?)... My thoughts are

    1. They're quite a high gloss, so they definately get noticed. Quite a sleek looking shoe for sure. The leather seemed quite hard, but other then that, i'm not the best to describe the quality.. overall I thought it was decent, but I thought it was probably 100-150 overpriced for what it was. I'm sure at that price point there are other options to look at.
    2. It's not as common/popular a shoe, so you're probably going to have to pay retail for it.
    3. I ended up getting the AE Soho and am happy with the decision, not to say the Newlands are bad or anything.

    http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=67959
     


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