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Those shoes deserve a way better lacing than the standard horrible one.
 

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Those shoes deserve a way better lacing than the standard horrible one.
If you are talking about the lacing method, that's how I like it. If you mean about the actual laces, I still like them but would change to flat.
 

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Why do you like the standard factory lacing method that is only there because it is the fastest way of doing it in the factory? I mean I don't know half as much as you do about shoes, but I do know that the first thing you do is to change the lacing method from the standard factory one. As it is now, it creates some uneven pressure on the shoe. Very minor but still.
 

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Why do you like the standard factory lacing method that is only there because it is the fastest way of doing it in the factory? I mean I don't know half as much as you do about shoes, but I do know that the first thing you do is to change the lacing method from the standard factory one. As it is now, it creates some uneven pressure on the shoe. Very minor but still.
I did the lacing, I like the simple bar one. It's aesthetically pleasing to my eye, that's all!
 

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Whatever floats your boat! :)
 

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After several days of inclement weather (or weekend), I am finally back in a suit again, which feels a little unfamiliar - strange how a hiatus of only six days can interrupt one's habits.

I've opted to dig something out of the archives, which hasn't been worn in a long while, and which deserves a place in the rotation.

Included in today's photos are a couple from the weekend - myself in casual drag in a scenic, snow-covered Central Park.

Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Benson & Clegg, London
Braces - Paul Stuart
Pocket square - Robert Talbott
Shoes - Paul Stuart house brand
Overcoat - Joseph Abboud
Scarf - Brooks Brothers
Hat - Laird, London
Face mask - New & Lingwood

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