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If you had to choose a belt...

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SartorialNYC, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. SartorialNYC

    SartorialNYC Member

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    mcbrown Senior member

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    Go big or go home:

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    Wouldn't take either but if I had to pick. #2.
     
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    Neither. OP, where and when do you think it would be appropriate to wear a belt such as that?
     
  5. SartorialNYC

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    Aren't these belts of good quality? Are there any other recommendations? Thanks again
     
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    Ferragamo stuff tends to be pricy for what you get. Chances are you can find a belt out there with good quality leather for much less. Allen Edmonds makes full-grain calf belts, which is a start. If you want something a little more refined looking, try Crockett and Jones.
     
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    Ferragamo may have good quality leather but the design is atrocious.
     
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    Is it way too showy? Are there any other belts by ferragamo that have a good design?
     
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    That's perfect. Buy it now.
     

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