Don't worry, I know you were joking. You've got some taste judging from your blog and those delicious tan brogues of yours. I got a similar pair from Zara believe it or not. I was surprised by the quality, especially after being burned once by a blazer I bought from them a year or so ago.
Probably good fakes though. If you look at Youtube videos of people comparing their real ones to fake ones it's like: "yeah, if I get my electron microscope out and look at this at 45.356 degree angle there's notch there.".
They'll be fake, but good quality. I got some a few weeks ago for about £20 which i knew would be fake - i just wanted them for a weekend in amsterdam. Look legit and came with a case/glasses wipe all branded too. Luckily i didn't spend any more, as they're now smashed and lying at the bottom of a canal in Amsterdam after the first night.
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Just got my first oxford shirt delivered (from asos) and it's really creased from the journey. What'd the best way to take care of an oxford shirt to leave it crease free?
I'm not ranting here as I actually quite like some of them, but what's with every shop stocking short sleeve shirts in Aztec print etc this summer ?, I guess it's just the usual topman fad which is out of date in a couple months