Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Roy, Jun 23, 2011.
see balance of shoe,
toe area flat on ground with Bessetti.
I think one would need to see them in person to judge masculine/ feminine. Although he used a narrow heel (ala 1930's), he combines it with a roomy forefoot area (classic 40's- 50's). That narrow heel allows the waist to appear very narrow and elegant... the same effect achieved by 38 inch hips and 24 inch waist. Bestetti puts a lot of thought into the curves of his designs, obviously. Magnificent.
My latest gift to my brother:
He has BIG feet.
Now I am thinking about what to order for myself... Choices...
You're a nice brother!
Still in awe of those boots that look to be Metta Catharina
not sure if you realized it, but I am your brother as well. Feel free to fly me in for a fitting.
Your brother was like size 14 right?
Now THIS is interesting!!!!!!!!!!!!
you now have my undivided attention.
Hmmm, I dunno. I may start to question everything you've said so far...
I'll wait to see how they work out IRL.
i'm afraid they come on a tacky last.
coulour and material are pretty nice. no doubt.
This is an upper, they are not lasted (as yet).
Uppers on their own are shapeless, just like the two Vass ones here dangling on the stairs.
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