You know, I have been looking for a light tan dress shoe for quite a while, unfortunately, most present makers of other than black-coloured, only seem to manufacture them with an extended toe shape, and a blackened 'antiqeing', the manufactuers refer to as 'burnishing'. If I could live with an extended toe, and their wide heel widths, AE told me they could still MTO a 'Cornwallis', without burnishing, in any color except, for some reason, walnut. Recently, I bought a beautiful, great fitting, pre-buyout, old-stock pair of Blake- lasted Bruno Magli 'Charles', in black. I love the lightweight sole construction, and the narrow talian heel shape, that fits mine. Unfortunately, Bruno Magli, with it's present owners, doesn't make many styles and, from what I've seen, no longer makes nice shoes. I have just discovered the tan 910 wholecut Carmina 910. It is a gorgeous shoe, and exactly the color I'm looking for. It seems, despite what Carmina says, to be narrow. I might fit it, with a longer length size, to put my toes into a wider part of the shoe, I'd hate to invest five or six hundred dollars buying a shoe, without trying it on, from half-way around the world, and have it not fit. Does anyone in Southern California stock any Carmina? I just called BarneysNY, in Beverly Hills, hoping I could get a sizing for my 10D US foot sizing, in the 'Rain Last', but they said 'No Carmina'. - Thanks, Marco PS, this my first post here, sorry it's so long.