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Back from my three week trip to the USA, New England and NYC. Family vacation but I managed to get into a few thrift stores. The Vineyard Vines and Rooster ties are keepers, but the rest will most likely make their way onto ebay. The "Savile Row" tie is ancient madder. BB Madison jacket is to flip but the Paul Stuart and Harvard Black Watch are just my size.
Pimlicos are now also available in a mich lighter shade. Lighter than the Kemptons.
Thanks Carl,It was the blue Winchester boots that you got in a previous sale that had me checking their site.I already have suede Pimlicos, and am wearing them today, but hoping to come across burgundy Burford boots on sale somewhere.
Anyone in the UK, and maybe Ireland too. I was just looking through the Debenhams sale online and they have what appear to be Loake Pimlico suede boys for £90. Some other Loake shoes ion sale with big reductions too, but since they don't list the model names, it's tricky to tell if they are 1880 shoes or not.
I don't have a picture, but have the same feeling about the Herring George boots.They'd be much better on a Loake Capital last.
Ending today, Sunday, May 29th Brand New Ralph Lauren Purple Label Shirt - 16.5 Collar Brand New Canali Exclusive White Shirt - 17.5 Collar Brioni Check Shirt - 16.5 Collar Several other shirts and ties, including Eton shirts.
Ending this Sunday... Crockett & Jones Highbury Derby Shoes - UK Size 6 Beautiful Drake's Orange Paisley Silk Tie - BNWOT Superb Pink Grenadine Silk Tie by Austin Reed Real Ancient Madder, Hand Block Printed Silk Tie - Vivax Sambrook Witting Superb Silk Tie by E. Marinella and Drakes Superb Hackett Silk Tie - Red with white dots Lovely Gieves & Hawkes Silk Tie - Red with Croquet Design Also, just listed and ending on Sunday, May...
Adrian Herring just posted this on Instagram...
Agree on both counts.The selection of Loake in Dublin retailers is small, and compared to the UK they are very expensive.There is another stockist in the Dundrum Shopping Centre. Maybe it's another branch of Thomas Patrick. Can't remember the name.Work out what a train ticket to Belfast costs and a taxi out to Robinsons in Carrickfergus.Although looking at their shop on Google Streetview it doesn't look too big. Maybe they are mainly an online business.Perhaps you could...
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