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Shoes & Raincoat in Brussels

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by IJReilly, Sep 7, 2011.

  1. IJReilly

    IJReilly Senior member

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    Hello,

    I just moved to Brussels and, oh my, does it ever rain in this city. I am looking to pick up a dedicated rain coat. Preferably something like a Mackintosh (anyone know where to find that brand?). Also looking for good shoe shoes. I've found Church's and C&J. Any other tips? General tips for shopping in Brussels also welcome!

    Thanks,
    Mr Reilly
     
  2. IJReilly

    IJReilly Senior member

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    Ah yes, I was also hoping to pick up some Drake's. Anybody know who sells their wares in Brussels?
     
  3. RogerC

    RogerC Senior member

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    There are some Drakes handkerchiefs, scarfs and (I think) ties at Degand, Avenue Louise. There is a Loding store if that rocks your boat, Rose and Vangeluwe are very good at all kinds of accessories, and there's a couple of nice gent's stores north of Montgomery.
     

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