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Skoaktiebolaget – Carlos Santos, Enzo Bonafé, Saint Crispin’s, Paolo Scafora, Carmina, Rubinacci

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Leaves, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. Steel28

    Steel28 Distinguished Member

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    denim only








    J/K bro, you should be good to go.
     


  2. sacafotos

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    If you want to be strict, yes, but honestly given how you rock outfits, you'll still be the best dressed in the room.

    Wingtip = casual
    Rosewood CC = Casual
    202 last with chunky rubber sole = casual

    All casual design elements, IMO.
     


  3. JubeiSpiegel

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    This Kudu thing is going to make me break my "no more shoe purchases this year" promise... :fu:
     


  4. RogerP

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    Donegal, no. Worsted, yes. Particularly if we are talking about a Rosewood CC version.
     


  5. tifosi

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    I'd rock them business casual. Right or wrong.
     


  6. budapest12

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    I don't even see how it can be in doubt. Yes, you can do it if you do it right. Do people wear wingtip bluchers with wool trousers? Of course. Boot version no different. Alderly is classier than many other wingtip boots. Shouldn't be any issue at all.
     


  7. emidyl

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    perhaps your fiscal yr ends next week...[​IMG]
     


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    The suede Shannon already made me do that after overloading on Bonafe, the Burnham MTO, and the EG Laughton MTO. And when some cordovan finally comes in . . .
     


  9. emidyl

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    you can soooo wear with wool trousers. Why wouldn't you.
     


  10. tifosi

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    I'm curious, Rog. Why no donegal?
     


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    I read it as opposite...not to casual for donegal but yes for worsted
     


  12. ES4CG

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    Donegal, flannel and whipcords or cavalry twills are all good.
     
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  13. tifosi

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    Now I get it. You're right. Thanks.
     


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    ^^^ Yes, heavier and textured fabrics would be fine.
     


  15. ES4CG

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    Roger P is exactly right heavy wool fabrics with preferably some texture. City suits would be a "no" unless you have six inches of snow and then it would be forgiven.
     


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