MILANO, VIA MADONNINA

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In less than 24 hours I’ll fly to Shanghai but I still have so many things to do like withdrawing my VISA, enabling the VPN, starting to package. Will I survive this?
What should I bring with me?

    1. Hi,

      If you’ll wear this sports shoes in the plane to be more comfortable it’s a good idea because feet tend to swell, especially on a long haul flight. But, for my part, I would have preferred the Superglamourous… They’re more elegant.

      If you’ll wear this sports shoes in the city, it’s a good idea too because they are ideal to trudge through a big town like Shanghai. But, to be honest I admit to not being a big fan. In fact, I hate wearing sports shoes in a city, because in my opinion this type of “shoes” is only reserved for the gym and only there. Yes, I’m a little bit “old school”.

      Otherwise, your outfit is perfect and I really love your shirt and your beautiful Tassel Loafers. About your Tassel Loafers, in the beginning I loved their patina, but today I think they lack a bit of polish. But, it may be voluntary. I admit, I’m particularly manic with my shoes. Besides the ultimate rule: don’t wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row, daily after wearing my shoes I always respect three steps: remove impurities (dust, mud …), nourish the leather with a colorless cream (eventually wax them if they need it) and use shoe trees. Finally, when I meet someone, the first thing I look at : the shoes! They say a lot about their owners.

      Have a good day and a nice trip to Shanghai.

      Big Hug :-*

      Julien

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